Kansas education data collected but not shared to inform policymaking

Would you purchase a refrigerator without comparing models and reading reviews? How about buying a car without a test drive or a home without an inspection?

If you’re a taxpayer or parent of a school-age child in Kansas, that’s what your elected representatives have done with public education that spends more than half of the state’s budget and has a major influence on our children.

Continue reading from Kansas Watchdog at Education Data Collected But Not Shared to Inform Policymaking.

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