It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…

Well, some may have a Dickensian view of the general election results – with Hillary Clinton widely expected to win, it was certainly a shock to see that she did not. For many Americans, this election on the national level will likely be their “worst of times.” But at...
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Two Weeks Out…

That’s right. There are only two more weeks until America decides if it will be led by Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. It has become what is probably the ugliest race for president in the nation’s history. There have been calls for imprisoning or killing a candidate;...
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Judicial Retention- What it is and why it really matters.

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Oops! My Bad.

Imagine that you are a structural engineer. You’ve just been handed the architect’s plan for a new high-rise building in your city. As you look at the plans, you notice some serious flaws. The plans before you reveal some serious structural issues. If this building...
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Oral Arguments in Due Process Case Heard before the Kansas Supreme Court

Hundreds of KNEA members and other public education supporters spent a long weekend in the statehouse in the spring of 2014. The Kansas Legislature was engaged in resolving a nearly $150 million shortfall in school funding as part of the Supreme Court finding in the...
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