BALDWIN CITY — State Representative TerriLois Gregory (R, Baldwin City) told an audience of about 50 on Monday “this evening is an educational process for you.”
Gregory held a debate over K-12 school funding in anticipation of a battle in the Kansas Legislature next year. Gregory said ”You’re going to sit in a legislator’s seat . [...]
Local and national policy groups are asking why not allow school choice in Kansas as a means to improve education.
Kansas Policy Institute President Dave Trabert said changes in school choice law in Florida in 1998 have helped bring dramatic improvement in test scores, especially for minority and low-income students.
KPI launched the “Why not Kansas” campaign [...]
TOPEKA. On Thursday the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission voted 6 to 2 to approve an advisory opinion sought by Kansas Senator Julia Lynn (R-Olathe).
Lynn was asking the commission about a potential contract between her company, Lynn Communications, and “an independent think-tank that advocates for free market economic solutions and the protection of personal freedom [...]
A March 1, 2011, Tea Party meeting sponsored by the Patriot Freedom Alliance in Hutchinson drew more than 130 people who heard presentations on Kansas government fiscal policy and the Fair Tax plan.
Tea Party supporters first heard from Dave Trabert, president of the Kansas Policy Institute, who explained some basics of tax policy and how [...]