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Campus free-speech bill fails to win Senate approval

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A campus free-speech bill failed to gain enough support in the Kansas Senate on Thursday afternoon after concerns were raised that it would adversely...

Senate cool on teacher due process bill

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The Kansas House on Thursday moved to restore teacher due process rights that were peeled away four years ago. The House voted 73-48 to approve...

Republican House leadership rolls out $5 million school security plan

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House Republican leaders on Tuesday unveiled a $5 million plan for security upgrades at elementary and secondary schools across Kansas. Backed by his legislative leadership...

Legislation would put Dale Dennis controversy to bed

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  A pair of Kansas lawmakers want to make sure there's never a Dale Dennis situation again. Dennis, of course, is one of the state’s leading...

Education consultants meet lawmakers; some worry where funding study headed

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Education consultants working on a new cost study of the Kansas public education system visited lawmakers Friday, explaining how they're coming up with a...

House speaker commits to teacher due process debate

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Kansas House Speaker Ron Ryckman on Thursday said his chamber would debate a bill on restoring due process rights for teachers this session. "The body wants it,"...

Gun-safety class stalls in House

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An effort to give school districts explicit authority to offer gun-safety classes crafted by the National Rifle Association stalled Thursday in the Kansas House. House...

House rejects effort to debate teacher due process

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The House overwhelmingly turned back an effort Thursday morning to force a vote on a bill restoring due process rights for teachers. The House rejected...

Senate panel approves bill protecting campus speech

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Authorities arrested activists passing out pocket copies of the Constitution on a community college campus in Michigan. Texas Southern University turned away U.S. Sen John...

House panel moves to restore teacher due process rights

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Kansas lawmakers late Monday afternoon moved to restore teacher due process rights that were peeled away four years ago. The House Education Committee voted to...