Low education standards limit Kansas childrens’ dreams


A new video from Kansas Policy Institute highlights the fact that Kansas schools have low standards. Additionally, the standards have been changed so that it appears students are doing better.

For its trouble, KPI will likely be criticized by the Kansas public school education bureaucracy and newspaper editorial writers. They will accuse KPI of branding Kansas students and teachers as failures.

But it’s not the students and teachers who set the standards. It’s the Kansas public school education bureaucracy that does that. Their constituencies — Democrats, moderate Republicans, superintendents, the teachers unions — will defend these bureaucrats.

Or is it those who look to find the truth, and advocate for the necessary reforms?

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