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  • Open enrollment law hardly destroys “representative government”

    Open enrollment law hardly destroys “representative government”0

    Hyperbolic claims by elected officials are not new to the world of politics. We are all used to office holders making claims that leave us scratching our collective heads. But a recent statement made by Kansas Board of Education member Michelle Dombrosky takes hyperbole, as the saying goes, “to the next level.” Reacting to legislation

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  • More evidence of structural segregation in Kansas public schools

    More evidence of structural segregation in Kansas public schools0

    Structural segregation is alive and well in the Kansas public school system, a form of educational redlining manifested and protected by a rigid set of school district boundaries. In a previous blog, I presented local economic data and student performance to show how it exists within the City of Topeka where there are four public

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