Dave Trabert, president of KPI, talks about school funding as the Kansas Legislature kicks off its 2016 session. The 2015 Legislature gave themselves a 2017 deadline to replace the old school funding formula.
David Dorsey, a senior education policy fellow with the Kansas Policy Institute, talks about an article he wrote exploding the myth – perpetuated by a Washington Post story – that the number of Kansas teachers leaving the profession is up dramatically and that it’s the fault of the Kanas legislature.
Kansas Policy Institute Vice President James Franko discusses government transparency with Seth Etter and Bob Weeks. Etter is the organizer of Open Wichita, an initiative to bring the benefits of open data and civic hacking to Wichita. Weeks blogs at Voice for Liberty in Wichita where he advocates for government transparency and accountability and uses open records requests to access, … Read More
David Dorsey explains at-risk school funding in Kansas including what it is, how it came to be and its status under the current block grant funding for Kansas K-12 education. David is a Senior Education Policy Analyst with Kansas Policy Institute with 20 years experience as a teacher, most recently teaching at-risk students in Topeka, and 15 years working in … Read More
Dave Trabert, president of Kansas Policy Institute, discusses Kansas state budget facts that were left out of a “documentary” video on the state budget and education funding. “Where the Buffaloed Roam: An Ode to the Kansas Budget,” the video produced by high school student Carson Tappan, includes a portion of an interview with Trabert.
James Franko, Vice President and Policy Director of Kansas Policy Institute, talks about a newly-released study titled “Business Perceptions of the Economic Impact of State and Local Government Regulation.” The study, prepared for KPI by the Hugo Wall School of Public Affairs at Wichita State University, collected and analyzed information about the perceptions and attitudes of businesses in the metro … Read More
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