Kansas educators want lawmakers to act on health care, bullying and college credits when the Legislature convenes later this month.
For over a decade, the school funding battle has dominated any conversation about education in Topeka. But with a school funding plan in place, educators are no longer on the legal offensive. Instead, school lawyers have become watchdogs, making sure the Legislature keeps the education dollars flowing.
With funding knocked off the top rung of the K-12 agenda, heres what educators want Kansas politicians to do in 2020.