Kansas parents lack power

Compared to other states, parents in Kansas have little power to exercise control over school decisions, according to the Center for Education Reform.

The center’s recent Parent Power Index ranks Kansas forth-seventh among the states. Its overall assessment of Kansas is “The Sunflower State has a less than sunny outlook for reform, making it more difficult for parents to find new and more effective options for their children. Like other rural states, Kansas offers some access to digital learning modalities, but other than that, parents have few choices and few assurances that teacher quality is acceptable.”

For the report for Kansas, click here.

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