Kansas Senate Committee Passes Tax Incentive

It’s that time of the year.  Lots of drama in Topeka.  The House Appropriations Chair resigned because he felt his party leadership wasn’t offering enough government funding for charter/virtual public schools.  They’re compromising along the way.  Another interesting aspect is … Continue reading

Homeschoolers Thrown Under the Bus By Salt Lake Tribune

Bitterness and fault abound from the public school world. For Utah teachers, all that testing is cramping learning By Paul Rolly The Salt Lake Tribune Tension among teachers over the inordinate amount of standardized testing they are required to give students … Continue reading