[Click on graphic above to see enlarged version.] Think and Ink: President Obama: “Don’t worry – more help is on the way”. Copyright 2010, Think and Ink, O’Hara and Hoit. Contact: Charlotte O’Hara.
Kansas Clips from Thursday through Sunday: Kansas Reporter State revenue drops 10.2 percent in November Overland Park looks for free help to stretch budget Watchdogs Kansas: More Questions — and Answers — on School Funding FDIC announces closing of Overland Park bank Nebraska: Nebraska Bipolar on Stimulus Spending State Cars Hit Tax Dollars Hard Texas: [...]
Today in a special school board meeting in USD 473 in Chapman, the board voted over a month after the fact to approve the “retention bonuses” given in Chapman on June 30. Today’s vote to give out these checks on June 30th was 4 yes, 2 no, 1 abstention. For additional info: Many questions about [...]
Members of the Unified School School District 473 Board of Education are likely to hear many questions from patrons at the next USD 473 Board meeting in Chapman on August 10. Chapman USD 473 patrons will have questions about recent bonus checks that total $167,000 and the increases in next year’s budget at a time [...]
Tim Latham, a Lawrence High School teacher, was perplexed when his contract was not renewed since he had taught previously for 19 years without complaints. In fact, Latham had always received positive comments about his teaching. Former LHS students thought Latham was a good teacher and came to his support. Several of the students spoke [...]
The controversy over the non-renewal of the contract of a Lawrence High School teacher aired on Fox and Friends yesterday on the same day the first article appeared in the Lawrence Journal World. TV stations in Topeka and Kansas City have aired stories about the controversy, with some stories getting some facts wrong.
Lawrence. Almost 200 Lawrence High School students joined a Facebook group, Save Mr.Latham, in an attempt to save the job of Tim Latham as a government and history teacher at Lawrence High School. Last night four of those LHS students appealed to the Lawrence School Board to renew Tim Latham’s teaching contract for next year. [...]
The October PC Magazine named Kansas State University the Number 2 High-Tech College for 2008. PC Magazine explained “there’s pride in the home team, pride in academic achievement, and certainly pride in your college or university’s technological advancement.” Certainly, all Wildcats can take pride in their team, their academic success, and their high-tech school.
On July 1, 2007 a new Kansas Law established English as the official language of the State of Kansas. In 2007 House Bill 2140 passed the House with 114 Yeas and 7 Nays, and the Senate with 32 Yeas and 8 Nays. A lawsuit filed yesterday in Wichita unbelievably is attempting to bar a parochial [...]