KNEA’s executive director departs, credited for bringing ‘stability’


The Kansas National Education Association is looking for a new executive director after Kevin Riemann left the teacher's union late last month.

Riemann revealed on Facebook on Aug. 25 that the KNEA decided to "terminate" his contract, although in other Facebook posts he indicates that he has retired.

Riemann had been executive director for the KNEA since 2016 when he was picked to replace Claudette Johns who had been in that position for seven years.

A spokesperson for the KNEA confirmed that Riemann was no longer with the union, calling it a "separation of employment." He said he could . . .


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