Kansas Education Panel Meets

andy lambertSeptember 15, 2014

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Several topics will be discussed when a new Kansas commission meets this week to look for ways to make the state’s public school system more efficient. Legislators created the K-12 Student Performance and Efficiency Commission this year. They’re looking at a variety of proposals, including one that calls for doing away with the traditional teacher salary schedule, which ties pay to education and years of experience.

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