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UPDATED: Dennis announces retirement after 53 years

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(Updated to include more reporting with edits throughout) Deputy Education Commissioner Dale Dennis, regarded as one of the state's leading authorities on school finance, is...

UPDATED: State school board rejects delaying school year

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(Updated to include more reporting with edits throughout) The Kansas Board of Education on Wednesday set aside Gov. Laura Kelly's executive order delaying the opening...

School opening delayed, state sets new COVID-19 record

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Gov. Laura Kelly on Wednesday said she would delay the opening of elementary and secondary schools as the state continues to set new records...

Tuition increases approved at four state universities

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The Kansas Board of Regents on Thursday approved tuition rate increases for four of the state's universities while holding it flat for two others. The...

Bill would track educational outcomes of foster children

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The Kansas Senate on Thursday passed groundbreaking legislation that would track the educational achievement of thousands of foster children. The bill, believed to be the...

Regents to consider new admission standard

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Higher education officials this week will consider a plan for using GPA instead of class ranking as part of the admission requirements for most...

School security grants: How the money was distributed

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The Kansas Board of Education has doled out $5 million in security grants approved by the Legislature this session. This year's round of grants is...

UPDATED: Supreme Court upholds school finance plan

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(Updated to reflect comments from Denning, Kelly, Hensley, Baumgardner, Pilcher-Cook with edits throughout) A nearly decadelong legal battle over funding public education culminated Friday when...

Universities present tuition requests to Board of Regents

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The state's higher education community on Wednesday presented its tuition proposals to the Board of Regents for fiscal year 2020. The tuition requests cover full-time...

Supreme Court presses school district plaintiffs on funding

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Kansas Supreme Court justices on Thursday pressed the school district plaintiffs on just how much money it would take to constitutionally fund public education. They...