(July 25, 2014) JEREMY WARNER By the time you read this column, squeals of celebration may already be emanating from HM Treasury on Whitehall: at 9.30am today, the UK’s Office for National Statistics is expected to confirm that after nearly six years of waiting...
June’s private sector jobs numbers show minimal changes from last month’s numbers. Kansas’ income-taxing peer states did post some slight growth (registering a rate of 1.66%) over the period, bringing this group’s year-to-date growth rate to 1.57% (up from 1.55% last month).
(July 23, 2014) DAVE TRABERT Why is it that so many politicians and their supporters have dropped all pretense of civilly discussing issues and instead deal in verbal assaults on the truth?
Much has been written and spoken in the national media recently about the dire economic conditions that are perceived to exist in Kansas with an outlook even more dismal.
Although it’s almost always better to have access to test data, especially “high stakes” testing as state assessments have been called, the uniqueness to the overall circumstances make this the rare case when it is better off not to know.