(Guest Post by Matthew Ladner)
HB 2506 made it through the Kansas House and Senate last night and contains some significant education reforms, including a scholarship tax credit program, curbs on teacher tenure abuse and alternative teacher certification. Congratulations to Kansas lawmakers and education reformers. The “never say die” crew at the Kansas Policy Institute Dave Trabert and James Franko have earned a:
for their dedicated, determinedly fact-based efforts to improve Kansas education outcomes.