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Education

June through December 2009
Newspaper Clippings Index

The State Library of Kansas' Legislative Reference Section maintains a collection of clipped newspaper articles on topics relating to subjects pertinent to issues in Kansas state government. Below is a listing of clipped articles taken from several different newspapers relating to EDUCATION, June through December, 2009.

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The Clippings List is generally arranged chronologically through the year.

Each article cited contains the following information:

Author of article (if any is present)
Title of Article
Newspaper title and date of issue


ARTICLES ON EDUCATION
June through December 2009

Carol Ballantyne
Report: How GCCC stacks up to other colleges
Garden City Telegram, 5/27/2009


Our View
Private talks
Garden City Telegram, 5/30/2009


Higher education online study [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/1/2009


Ben Wearing
Is state looking at Montoy II? [editorial]
Salina Journal, 6/1/2009


Chad Lawhorn
Incoming chancellor's colleagues congratulate Kansas
Lawrence Journal World, 6/1/2009


Special to The Hays Daily News
FHSU to share in biomedical research money
Hays Daily News, 6/1/2009


School funding [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 6/1/2009 [Newsbank article]


James Moeser
Chancellor selection a good fit for KU
Lawrence Journal World, 6/2/2009


Andy Hyland
KU prepares for fund campaign
Lawrence Journal World, 6/3/2009


Claire O'Brien
June school funding delayed; huge cuts next year
Dodge City Daily Globe, 6/3/2009


Legacies of Kansas leaders [editorial]
Johnson County Sun, 6/3/2009


Bob Sigman
Worst is yet to come
Johnson County Sun, 6/3/2009


Staff Reports
Stimulus funding to go to KU projects
Lawrence Journal World, 6/4/2009


Shaky state [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 6/4/2009


Staff Reports
KSU gets $2.3 million for utility improvements
Manhattan Mercury, 6/4/2009 [Newsbank article]


Russ Morgan
University gets money for maintenance
Emporia Gazette, 6/4/2009


Andrew Nash
Stimulus to fund Pitt State projects
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 6/4/2009


Andy Hyland
Atkinson to serve as interim chancellor
Lawrence Journal World, 6/4/2009


Special to The Daily Union
Regents allocate federal stimulus funds
Junction City Daily Union, 6/5/2009


Scott Rothschild
$301M to boost schools
Lawrence Journal World, 6/5/2009


Associated Press
Ucation a possible target of next cuts
Wichita Eagle, 6/6/2009 [Newsbank article]


Dolph C. Simons, Jr
Regents should review hiring policy for university leaders
Lawrence Journal World, 6/6/2009


Jack Wempe
Schools should step back
Hutchinson News, 6/6/2009 [Newsbank article]


Lori Yount
District could cut teacher pay
Wichita Eagle, 6/7/2009 [Newsbank article]


Claire O'Brien
Teachers to lose early retirement; board says it's non-negotiable
Dodge City Daily Globe, 6/8/2009


Taylor Atkins
School in Delia to close
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/9/2009


Lindsey Slater
Board cuts $355K more from schools
Lawrence Journal World, 6/9/2009


George Diepenbrock
State treasurer: Schools could be hit harder
Lawrence Journal World, 6/9/2009


Staff Report
New KU chancellor to receive maximum yearly salary of $425,000
Lawrence Journal World, 6/9/2009


Bob Johnson
Money matters haunt BOE
Iola Register, 6/9/2009


Students must pay more [editorial]
Johnson County Sun, 6/10/2009


Steve Rose
Universities: Will only the rich enroll?
Johnson County Sun, 6/10/2009


The Capital-Journal
K-State names interim provost
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/10/2009


Ann Marie Bush
Teacher leaders enhance learning
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/10/2009


Monica Springer
Garden City college forced to give money back to state
Hays Daily News, 6/10/2009


Ann Marie Bush
Learning network still in early stages
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/11/2009


Patrice Holderbach
Faculty seeks look at audit
Manhattan Mercury, 6/11/2009 [Newsbank article]


Richard Luken
ACCC summer enrollment up
Iola Register, 6/12/2009


Bob Johnson
Numbers crunch hits Yates Center
Iola Register, 6/12/2009


Ric Anderson
Who makes more at KU?
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/13/2009


Bill Felber
Meet the new boss
Manhattan Mercury, 6/14/2009


Kevin Flaherty
State Treasurer pushes financial education
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 6/14/2009


Taylor Atkins
School budgets scrutinized
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/15/2009


Jennifer Torline
Can virtual college tours replace actual campus visits?
Hays Daily News, 6/15/2009


Jan Biles
Schulz takes the wheel
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/16/2009


Taylor Atkins
Most school districts still in teacher talks
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/17/2009


John Richard Schrock
State tax shortfall and bigger class sizes
Junction City Daily Union, 6/17/2009


Angela Deines
Financial situation subject of Silver Lake board talks
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/18/2009


Associated Press
Newspaper says Kansas State could face another buyout
Leavenworth Times, 6/18/2009


Foss Farrar
Stimulus money sought for Head Start program
Winfield Daily Courier, 6/19/2009


Dave Helling, Steve Kraske and Mara Rose Williams
Financial practices faulted
Kansas City Star, 6/20/2009


Associated Press
Audit casts shadow over Kansas State transactions
Hutchinson News, 6/20/2009 [Newsbank article]


Special to The Daily Union
Board opens KSU exit analysis report
Junction City Daily Union, 6/20/2009


Dolph C. Simons, Jr
New chancellor should seek academic athletic balance
Lawrence Journal World, 6/20/2009


Scott Rothschild
Regents release audit of KSU finances
Lawrence Journal World, 6/20/2009


Associated Press
Wefald responds to critical audit
Lawrence Journal World, 6/21/2009


Should public schools be year round? [opinion]
Wichita Eagle, 6/21/2009


Bill Felber
Power glitch
Manhattan Mercury, 6/21/2009 [Newsbank article]


'Blurring of the lines' [editorial]
Manhattan Mercury, 6/22/2009 [Newsbank article]


Patrick S. Kelley
Bloated at the top [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 6/22/2009


K-State scandal highlights need for audits [editorial]
Kansas City Star, 6/23/2009 [Newsbank article]


Jeffrey Martin
Snyder, Weiser: Report accurate
Kansas City Star, 6/23/2009


Blair Kerkhoff
NCAA won't deal with K-State issues
Kansas City Star, 6/23/2009


Higher education batons pass [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/23/2009


Austin Meek
Weiser responds to audit
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/23/2009


Periodic audits [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 6/23/2009


Lori Yount
School board approves list of potential cuts
Wichita Eagle, 6/23/2009 [Newsbank article]


Scott Rothschild
Audit for leadership change under way
Lawrence Journal World, 6/23/2009


Staff Reports
Weiser: All was on the up and up
Manhattan Mercury, 6/23/2009


Political cartoon
Kansas City Star, 6/24/2009


More for less [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 6/24/2009


Scott Rothschild
KU mum on new plan for tuition
Lawrence Journal World, 6/24/2009


Scott Rothschild
A.G. expects release of audit
Lawrence Journal World, 6/24/2009


Staff Reports
Regents to consider fewer instructional days
Lawrence Journal World, 6/24/2009


Carrie Miller
K-State president, AD to discuss audit in public forum
Manhattan Mercury, 6/24/2009 [Newsbank article]


Tim Carpenter
K-State trio got paid first
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/25/2009


Tim Carpenter
Board of Regents to discuss higher level of accountability
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/25/2009


Scott Rothschild
Athletics oversight might expand
Lawrence Journal World, 6/25/2009


Silly secrecy [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 6/25/2009


Jeannine Koranda
WSU tuition to rise 8.5% stimulus to offset some
Wichita Eagle, 6/26/2009


David Klepper
Audits are ordered at 3 Kansas universities
Kansas City Star, 6/26/2009


Tim Carpenter
Tuition in Kansas rising
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/26/2009


Tim Carpenter
Regents: Keep closer watch
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/26/2009


Scott Rothschild
KSU audit prompts more reviews
Lawrence Journal World, 6/26/2009


Scott Rothschild
Regents increase tuition by 6%
Lawrence Journal World, 6/26/2009


Staff and Wire Reports
Regents OK tuition increases
Emporia Gazette, 6/26/2009


Emerson Lynn, Jr
Unnecessary cuts in Regents funds force tuition up [editorial]
Iola Register, 6/26/2009


Andrew Nash
Regents approve PSU tuition hikes
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 6/26/2009


Mara Rose Williams
Kansas universities rise tuition up to 8.5 percent
Kansas City Star, 6/26/2009


Staff and Wire Reports
KSU gets fixup funds
Manhattan Mercury, 6/26-27/2009 [Newsbank article]


Dolph C. Simons, Jr
Regents need to tighten oversight of state universities
Lawrence Journal World, 6/27/2009


Steve Kraske and Mara Rose Williams
K-State woes stir calls for reform
Kansas City Star, 6/28/2009 [Newsbank article]


Tuition commitment [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 6/28/2009


Andy Hyland
Hemenway's legacy
Lawrence Journal World, 6/28/2009


Scott Rothschild
Audit rocking Kansas higher ed
Lawrence Journal World, 6/28/2009


Kaley Conner
Hammond: FHSU remains 'affordable'
Hays Daily News, 6/28/2009 [Newsbank article]


Regular audits are a sound idea [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 6/28/2009 [Newsbank article]


John R. LaPlante
Public schools leaders have lots to learn, test results indicate
Kansas City Star, 6/29/2009 [Newsbank article]


Eileen Roddy
A slice of life his story
Lawrence Journal World, 6/29/2009


Staff Reports
Former NISTAC leader defends Krause's actions
Manhattan Mercury, 6/29/2009 [Newsbank article]


Ron Sampson
Appearances and reality with NISTAC
Manhattan Mercury, 6/29/2009


Kaley Conner
Hammond: FHSU remains 'affordable'
Garden City Telegram, 6/29/2009


Austin Meek
K-State improvements on hold
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/30/2009


Ann Marie Bush
Federal money to help schools
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/30/2009


Scott Rothschild
Governor defends regents' oversight of state universities
Lawrence Journal World, 6/30/2009


Better way to oversee higher ed? [opinion]
Wichita Eagle, 6/30/2009


Bill Felber
On hold
Manhattan Mercury, 6/30/2009


Associated Press
In wake of audit, KSU reconsiders improvements to athletic facilities
Lawrence Journal World, 7/1/2009


Andy Hyland
Budget issues familiar
Lawrence Journal World, 7/1/2009


Chad Lawhorn
KU endowment losses worst in many years
Lawrence Journal World, 7/1/2009


Scott Rothschild
Schools fear more budget cuts
Lawrence Journal World, 7/1/2009


Chuck Kurtz
June shortfall could mean education cuts
Johnson County Sun, 7/1/2009


Claire O'Brien
DCCC sues Kansas Board of Regents
Dodge City Daily Globe, 7/1/2009


Claire O'Brien
College says vo-tech funding unfair
Dodge City Daily Globe, 7/2/2009


Clean slate [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 7/2/2009


Associated Press
Kansas schools state payments get held back once more
Kansas City Star, 7/2/2009


Tim Carpenter
State examines KSHSAA
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/2/2009


Gwyn Mellinger
Audit should have been automatic
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/2/2009


Special to the Courier
Community colleges sue Board of Regents
Winfield Daily Courier, 7/2/2009


David Klepper
Education budget cut again
Kansas City Star, 7/3/2009


Staff and Wire Reports
Cuts hit schools, university
Emporia Gazette, 7/3/2009


Kaley Conner
Hammond has plan for new cuts
Hays Daily News, 7/3/2009 [Newsbank article]


Ryan Christner
Kaufman: 'I don't know where we'll get it from'
Hays Daily News, 7/3/2009 [Newsbank article]


Scott Rothschild
State, city, schools face budget pains
Lawrence Journal World, 7/3/2009


Jeannine Koranda
Gov. cuts education 2% in 2010 budget
Wichita Eagle, 7/3/2009


Andrew Nash
Scott gets started at Pitt State
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 7/3/2009 [Newsbank article]


Andrew Nash
Mixed budget news for PSU
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 7/3/2009 [Newsbank article]


Brett Dalton
Area schools may cut staff
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 7/3/2009 [Newsbank article]


Staff and Wire Reports
K-State, USD 383 face more state cuts
Manhattan Mercury, 7/3-4/2009


Rick Dean
Economy grip endowments
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/4/2009


Taylor Atkins
USD 501 top jobs tightened
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/4/2009


Jack Wempe
A critical point for tech education
Hutchinson News, 7/4/2009 [Newsbank article]


David Klepper
Small cuts make big impact
Kansas City Star, 7/5/2009


College costs tuition blues [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/5/2009 [Newsbank article]


Kaley Conner
FHSU offers tuition help for students
Hays Daily News, 7/5/2009 [Newsbank article]


Scott Rothschild
Tuition disparities put into context
Lawrence Journal World, 7/6/2009


Diane Stafford
Community college gets a gold star
Kansas City Star, 7/7/2009


USD 501 job cuts [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/7/2009 [Newsbank article]


Brad Kester
USD 475 facing additional $600,000 cut
Junction City Daily Union, 7/7/2009


Claire O'Brien
'We're like a tiger'
Dodge City Daily Globe, 7/7/2009


Ryan Christner
BOE talks cuts, take no action
Hays Daily News, 7/7/2009 [Newsbank article]


The Emporia Gazette
ESU reports exposure of computer records
Emporia Gazette, 7/7/2009


Andy Hyland
Tuition increase won't fill hole in budget
Lawrence Journal World, 7/8/2009


USD 308 construction [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 7/8/2009 [Newsbank article]


Bob Sigman
Potential in purple sweet potato?
Johnson County Sun, 7/8/2009


Tuition rise hits students [editorial]
Johnson County Sun, 7/8/2009


Associated Press
Kansan tapped for education post
Kansas City Star, 7/9/2009


Taylor Atkins
School finance figures bleak
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/10/2009


Richard Luken
College budget approved
Iola Register, 7/10/2009


Claire O'Brien
New cuts slice over $500,000 from USD 443
Dodge City Daily Globe, 7/10/2009


Michael Strand
More cuts for Salina schools?
Salina Journal, 7/11/2009


Monica Springer
School districts brace for more cuts
Garden City Telegram, 7/11/2009


Lindsey Slater
Grade shuffle may be in cards
Lawrence Journal World, 7/13/2009


Russ Morgan
Fall enrollment increasing at technical college
Emporia Gazette, 7/13/2009



Bob Johnson
USD 257 funding concerns grow
Iola Register, 7/13/2009

Our View
Needed funds [editorial]
Garden City Telegram, 7/13/2009


Brett Dalton
Reserves may delay staff cuts
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 7/14/2009 [Newsbank article]


Bob Johnson
257 braces for more cuts
Iola Register, 7/14/2009


Corey Jones
Area universities face shortfalls
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/14/2009


Melissa Smith
USD 413's emergency fund could stem cuts
Chanute Tribune, 7/14/2009 [Newsbank article]


Michael Strand
District looks at ways to make up budget shortfall
Salina Journal, 7/15/2009


Wichita schools must trim $25 million where the cuts would be
Wichita Eagle, 7/15/2009 [Newsbank article]


Taylor Atkins
Schools cut 3,700 positions
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/15/2009


Scott Rothschild
Ed board urges $282M increase
Lawrence Journal World, 7/16/2009


Andy Hyland
Interim chancellor readying KU for transition to new leadership
Lawrence Journal World, 7/16/2009


Associated Press
State ed board seeks $282M
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/16/2009 [Newsbank article]


Jim Sullinger
Ruling backs college trustees
Kansas City Star, 7/17/2009


Brett Dalton
Northeast hopes for steady numbers
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 7/17/2009 [Newsbank article]


Scott Rothschild
Schools' $1.4B in reserves off-limits
Lawrence Journal World, 7/20/2009


Andy Hyland
For Kan. community colleges, tough economy not so bad
Lawrence Journal World, 7/21/2009


Governor reappoints 3 to Board of Regents
Lawrence Journal World, 7/21/2009


Kevin Wright
Siegfreid working to ensure KSD future
Olathe Daily News, 7/18/2009


Bobbi Mlynar
School levy to remain nearly flat
Emporia Gazette, 7/21/2009 [Newsbank article]


Edie Ross
First look at budget sobering
Hutchinson News, 7/21/2009 [Newsbank article]


Brett Dalton
Stimulus funds to soften PSU tuition hike
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 7/21/2009 [Newsbank article]


Tuition break [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 7/22/2009


Dennis McKinney
Financial literacy education vital
Johnson County Sun, 7/22/2009


Bobbi Mlynar
Better scores move city schools off 'improvement status' list
Emporia Gazette, 7/23/2009


Edie Ross
Cuts may drive schools to court action
Hutchinson News, 7/23/2009 [Newsbank article]


Antonia Felix
Educating the green generation
Emporia Gazette, 7/24/2009


Mike Hall
Farley frustrated by Regents' inaction
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/25/2009 [Newsbank article]


Mary Clarkin
Session on cuts draws school reps
Hutchinson News, 7/25/2009 [Newsbank article]


Andrew Nash
PSU hosts budget forums
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 7/25/2009 [Newsbank article]


Christine Metz
Superintendent takes questions on squeezed school finances
Lawrence Journal World, 7/26/2009


KBOE request is not laughable [editorial]
Manhattan Mercury, 7/26/2009


Jill Docking
Regents keep improving higher education in state
Kansas City Star, 7/27/2009


Emily Behlmann
USD 363 considering mill levy increase
Garden City Telegram, 7/28/2009


School district unrest [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 7/29/2009


Claire O'Brien
Dodge City school district sends board reps to lawsuit meeting
Dodge City Daily Globe, 7/29/2009


Mark Tallman
School funding request for student achievement
Hays Daily News, 7/29/2009 [Newsbank article]


Mara Rose Williams
Colleges seek better marks for grad rates
Kansas City Star, 7/29/2009


Tim Carpenter
'We're really out of options'
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/29/2009


Scott Rothschild
Budget cuts 'terrible' for universities
Lawrence Journal World, 7/29/2009


Tim Carpenter
University audits will be made public
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/29/2009 [Newsbank article]


Rick Babson
Mirror on Olathe don't tinker with what works at KSD [opinions]
Olathe Daily News, 7/29/2009


Kevin Wright
Users travel to show support of KSD
Olathe Daily News, 7/29/2009


James Carlson
Report: Dropout rate low in state
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/30/2009


What's in a name [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 8/2/2009


Scott Rothschild
Universities hoping other shoe won't drop
Lawrence Journal World, 8/2/2009


Scott Rothschild
Higher education funding has shifted over the years
Lawrence Journal World, 8/3/2009


Claire O'Brien
AG: DCCC has no right to equal funding
Dodge City Daily Globe, 8/3/2009


Low priority [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 8/4/2009


Michael Strand
Preaching patience
Salina Journal, 8/4/2009


John Heim
Targeted financial resources
Emporia Gazette, 8/5/2009


PSU on track for successful campaign
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 8/5/2009 [Newsbank article]


Kristin Babcock
Community college enrollment jumps more than norm
Johnson County Sun, 8/5/2009


Mara Rose Williams
K-State committee to review audit
Kansas City Star, 8/7/2009 [Newsbank article]


Tim Carpenter
Education, taxes limited
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/8/2009


Jan Biles
It's back to school for most students
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/8/2009


Government spending hold the line [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/9/2009


Jim Sullinger and Dawn Bormann
Schools propose tax hike
Kansas City Star, 8/10/2009


Christine Metz
NE Kansas buoyed by stimulus funds
Lawrence Journal World, 8/10/2009


Austin Meek
Prince seeking another $3 million
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/11/2009


Bob Sigman
Schools in the courts again?
Johnson County Sun, 8/12/2009


Andy Hyland
Chancellor's house gets makeover for new era
Lawrence Journal World, 8/12/2009


Russ Morgan
ESU works with tighter budget
Emporia Gazette, 8/13/2009


The Wichita Eagle
Other views on higher education [editorial]
Junction City Daily Union, 8/14/2009


John Richmeier
School district fails to meet adequate progress standards
Leavenworth Times, 8/14/2009


Jan Biles
Districts will be on watch for H1N1 virus
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/15/2009 [Newsbank article]


Amy Bickel
Staff reps ask HCC leaders for 2.7% raise
Hutchinson News, 8/15/2009


Scott Rothschild
School district mergers tough pill to swallow
Lawrence Journal World, 8/17/2009


Scott Rothschild
KU considering changes in admissions standards
Lawrence Journal World, 8/18/2009


Andy Hyland
KU today cue the new
Lawrence Journal World, 8/18/2009


Martin Hawver
On the dangers, costs of even suggesting
Junction City Daily Union, 8/18/2009


Sheila Ellis
Kansas students again top national ACT average
Lawrence Journal World, 8/19/2009


Joe Robertson
Despite big push, ACT scores remain flat
Kansas City Star, 8/19/2009 [Newsbank article]


Jessica Sain-Baird
Multiple KU locations receiving face-lifts
Lawrence Journal World, 8/19/2009


Terry Rombeck
KU taking steps to help address pharmacist shortage
Lawrence Journal World, 8/19/2009


George Diepenbrock
Recession poses challenges to university's tuition plans
Lawrence Journal World, 8/19/2009


Lindsey Slater
Job security concerns plague faculty, staff
Lawrence Journal World, 8/19/2009


Brenna Hawley
KU expands efforts to help students graduate in four years
Lawrence Journal World, 8/19/2009


Chad Lawhorn
Wine sales at Farmers' Market OK'd
Lawrence Journal World, 8/19/2009


Emerson Lynn, Jr
Higher admission standards wise for state schools [editorial]
Iola Register, 8/19/2009


Taylor Atkins
Kansas' ACT above average
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/20/2009


Schools front line [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 8/23/2009 [Newsbank article]


Edie Ross
Some schools already on notice to improve
Hutchinson News, 8/23/2009 [Newsbank article]


Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Local school scores soar on ACT
Hays Daily News, 8/23/2009 [Newsbank article]


Associated Press
Schools police dirty dancing
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/24/2009


Higher education [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 8/25/2009 [Newsbank article]


Edie Ross
Hutch district joins Fair funding group
Hutchinson News, 8/25/2009 [Newsbank article]


John Richmeier
District in need of improvement
Leavenworth Times, 8/25/2009


John Richard Schrock
TV forum on the future of Kansas education
Junction City Daily Union, 8/26/2009


Jerry Wofford
Gov. calls for action on higher education
Manhattan Mercury, 8/26/2009


Russ Morgan
Ultimatum
Emporia Gazette, 8/26/2009 [Newsbank article]


Hutch off AYP [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 8/26/2009 [Newsbank article]


Leonard Hall
Deaf, blind together? why not?
Olathe Daily News, 8/26/2009


Scott Rothschild
Budget cuts may mean enrollment caps, officials says
Lawrence Journal World, 8/27/2009


Problem solving [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 8/27/2009


Scott Rothschild
Regents to study stronger admissions standards
Lawrence Journal World, 8/27/2009


Pretty good isn't good enough [editorial]
Manhattan Mercury, 8/27/2009 [Newsbank article]


Jerry Wofford
Schulz says K-State may consider enrollment cap
Manhattan Mercury, 8/27/2009 [Newsbank article]


Andy Hyland
Former chancellor to get $680,704 in next two years, plus tickets
Lawrence Journal World, 8/28/2009


Barbara Shelly
Setting students up for failure
Kansas City Star, 8/28/2009


Cuts in education may get deeper, a state senator says [editorial]
Iola Register, 8/28/2009


Jerry Wofford
Fort Riley, K-State renew partnership
Manhattan Mercury, 8/28-29/2009 [Newsbank article]


Jerry Wofford
Wefald to get $255K salary
Manhattan Mercury, 8/28-29/2009 [Newsbank article]


Michael C. Holen
Regional collaborations have benefited KSU college of education [letters to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 8/28-29/2009


David Klepper
Savings urged for universities
Kansas City Star, 8/29/2009


Scott Rothschild
Business lobbyists ponder ways legislature can cut school spending
Lawrence Journal World, 8/29/2009


Andy Hyland
Swine flu cases increase
Lawrence Journal World, 8/29/2009


Scott Rothschild
Audit: Schools can cut costs
Lawrence Journal World, 8/29/2009


Michael C. Holen
On higher education [letters to the editor]
Junction City Daily Union, 8/29/2009


Tim Carpenter
Auditors seek campus austerity
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/29/2009


Dennis McKinney
Help is available for Kansas families saving for higher education
Chanute Tribune, 8/29-30/2009 [Newsbank article]


Parkinson plans [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 8/30/2009


Scott Rothschild
Regents warn of budget cuts' overall effects
Lawrence Journal World, 8/30/2009


Associated Press
FHSU building space radar
Lawrence Journal World, 8/30/2009


Chuck Kurtz
Schools may face ax again
Johnson County Sun, 9/2/2009


Mara Rose Williams
Luxury seats could boost KU
Kansas City Star, 9/3/2009 [Newsbank article]


Governor's call to improve engineering colleges reflects K-State's efforts, dean says
Leavenworth Times, 9/3/2009


Our View
Class cuts
Garden City Telegram, 9/5/2009


College spending trim budgets [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/5/2009


Ric Anderson
Are our state's colleges really going downhill?
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/8/2009


Other Views
On education funding:
Junction City Daily Union, 9/8/2009


Bob Sigman
National rankings a concern
Johnson County Sun, 9/9/2009


Lori Yount
KU sets a record in gifts and pledges
Wichita Eagle, 9/9/2009 [Newsbank article]


Ann Marie Bush
Schools hit 87 percent for AYP
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/10/2009


Special to The Hays Daily News
Conference to focus on coordinated school health program
Hays Daily News, 9/10/2009


Jerry Wofford
AG tells women to be alert
Manhattan Mercury, 9/10/2009 [Newsbank article]


Melissa Smith
USD 413 enrollment up; state funding figures down
Chanute Tribune, 9/10/2009 [Newsbank article]


John Richmeier
Local schools fail to make adequate yearly progress
Leavenworth Times, 9/10/2009


Associated Press
KU endowment association sets record
Dodge City Daily Globe, 9/10/2009


Gwendolynne Larson and Bobbi Mlynar
You may never know
Emporia Gazette, 9/11/2009 [Newsbank article]


Jerry Wofford
Schulz looks forward
Manhattan Mercury, 9/11-12/2009 [Newsbank article]


Claire O'Brien
USD 443 almost sweeps AYP
Dodge City Daily Globe, 9/12/2009


Scott Rothschild
Regents have key decisions to make
Lawrence Journal World, 9/14/2009


Melissa Smith
NCCC announces record-breaking enrollment this fall
Chanute Tribune, 9/15/2009 [Newsbank article]


Claire O'Brien
Schools for fair funding meeting in Dodge City
Dodge City Daily Globe, 9/16/2009


John Richard Schrock
What can a school require?
Junction City Daily Union, 9/16/2009


Monica Springer
KU looking westward
Garden City Telegram, 9/16/2009


Tim Carpenter
Regents seek $117 million
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/17/2009


Jerry Wofford
Regents to seek 2.3% hike in FY 11
Manhattan Mercury, 9/17/2009


Scott Rothschild
Regents seek $17M boost for higher ed
Lawrence Journal World, 9/17/2009


David Klepper
Audit mostly positive
Kansas City Star, 9/18/2009


Tully Corcoran
Regents approve stadium plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/18/2009


Tim Carpenter
KU 'squeaky clean' in audit
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/18/2009


Tim Carpenter
Board of Regents freezes CEO salaries
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/18/2009


Scott Rothschild and Jonathan Kealing
Regents approve stadium addition
Lawrence Journal World, 9/18/2009


Scott Rothschild
Audit questions Perkins' contract with firm
Lawrence Journal World, 9/18/2009


John Hanna
Vendor paid athletic director
Hutchinson News, 9/18/2009 [Newsbank article]


Dolph C. Simons, Jr
KU must place emphasis on national academic rankings
Lawrence Journal World, 9/19/2009


Andy Hyland
KU chancellor extols private giving legacy
Lawrence Journal World, 9/19/2009


Pay freeze [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 9/19/2009 [Newsbank article]


Vicky Smith
Gov. Mark Parkinson speaks highly of community colleges
Chanute Tribune, 9/19-20/2009 [Newsbank article]


Tim Carpenter
Student loan defaults on rise
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/21/2009


Scott Rothschild
University funding remains concern
Lawrence Journal World, 9/21/2009


Star's Editorial
Raise bar in Kansas for college admission [editorial]
Kansas City Star, 9/22/2009 [Newsbank article]


Claire O'Brien
State chamber opposes school finance litigation
Dodge City Daily Globe, 9/22/2009


Lindsey Slater
Virtual school sees biggest enrollment jump in Lawrence
Lawrence Journal World, 9/22/2009


The Capital-Journal
KSU looks into hazing
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/23/2009


John Hanna
School funding cuts may lead to another lawsuit
Lawrence Journal World, 9/23/2009


Make the case [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 9/23/2009


The Garden City Telegram
Kansas can do more to slow its brain down [editorial]
Dodge City Daily Globe, 9/24/2009


Patrick Lowry
Fair doesn't mean more [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 9/24/2009 [Newsbank article]


Our View
Funding war [editorial]
Garden City Telegram, 9/24/2009


Emerson Lynn, Jr
Funding schools shouldn't take another lawsuit [editorial]
Iola Register, 9/24/2009


Andy Hyland
KU's fall enrollment dips slightly
Lawrence Journal World, 9/25/2009


Claire O'Brien
DCCC proposes $4.2 million dorm
Dodge City Daily Globe, 9/25/2009


Greg Doering
New KU chancellor eyes private donations
Junction City Daily Union, 9/25/2009


The University of Kansas battling 'Hawks [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/25/2009


Jerry Wofford
Voices of faith
Manhattan Mercury, 9/25-26/2009


Schulz era is well under way [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 9/25-26/2009


Mara Rose Williams
JCCC, KU sign a deal
Kansas City Star, 9/26/2009 [Newsbank article]


Jennifer Bhargava
Districts rethink incentives that lure sick kids to school
Kansas City Star, 9/26/2009


Mara Rose Williams
Record enrollment seen in Kansas
Kansas City Star, 9/26/2009


Staff Report
State masons announce $2M KU cancer campaign
Lawrence Journal World, 9/26/2009


Scott Rothschild
Higher ed budget increases unlikely
Lawrence Journal World, 9/26/2009


Tim Linn
Bucking state trend, Lansing school enrollment up slightly
Leavenworth Times, 9/26/2009


Melissa Smith
Legislators may face suit over education cuts
Chanute Tribune, 9/26-27/2009


Schools aren't suffering alone [editorial]
Manhattan Mercury, 9/27/2009 [Newsbank article]


Bobbi Mlynar
School absentee rate rises this week
Emporia Gazette, 9/30/2009


Schools for fair funding insatiable [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/30/2009


Diane Gasper-O'Brien
School watching illnesses closely
Hays Daily News, 10/1/2009 [Newsbank article]


Mary Adams Treaster
Vote for solutions
Hutchinson News, 10/2/2009 [Newsbank article]


Dropout dilemma [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 10/4/2009


Associated Press
State budget problems stalling teacher contracts
Dodge City Daily Globe, 10/7/2009


John Richard Schrock
Universities: Business or a 'public good'?
Junction City Daily Union, 10/7/2009


John Hanna
Panel looks at school district mergers
Hutchinson News, 10/13/2009 [Newsbank article]


Ken Stephens
Reno schools see surge in pupil absences
Hutchinson News, 10/13/2009 [Newsbank article]


Ken Stephens
More 308 students may boost state aid
Hutchinson News, 10/13/2009 [Newsbank article]


Jerry Wofford
Grad, retention rates occupy Regents presidents
Manhattan Mercury, 10/14/2009 [Newsbank article]


Dawn Bormann
Kansas City Kansas Community College enrollment mark set
Kansas City Star, 10/14/2009


Dawn Bormann and Jim Sullinger
Kansas schools improve in tests
Kansas City Star, 10/14/2009


Scott Rothschild and Lindsey Slater
Student achievement on rise
Lawrence Journal World, 10/14/2009


Ann Marie Bush
Results show progress
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/14/2009


Tom Bell
Locals should decide [editorial]
Salina Journal, 10/14/2009


Enrollment up, funding down [editorial]
Johnson County Sun, 10/14/2009


John Milburn
Educators wary of test success
Hutchinson News, 10/15/2009


Jerry Wofford
An extra month for audit response
Manhattan Mercury, 10/15/2009 [Newsbank article]


The Capital-Journal
Ed board appoints interim leader
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/15/2009


Adrielle Harvey
Math results add up to success
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/15/2009


Corey Jones
Schools awash in ways to keep kids flu free
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/15/2009


Weapons in schools case by case [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/15/2009


David Klepper
K-State is addressing problems, president says
Kansas City Star, 10/16/2009 [Newsbank article]


Dawn Bormann and Jim Sullinger
Gardner Edgerton two schools at 100% in math
Olathe Daily News, 10/17/2009


Ann Marie Bush
Posny says she's ready to tackle new role
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/19/2009


Kevin Elliott
School policy offers leeway
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/19/2009


Steve Rose
This balloon won't fly
Johnson County Sun, 10/21/2009


Associated Press
College tuition cost rising again
Hutchinson News, 10/21/2009


Critical choice [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 10/21/2009


Ashley Knecht Walker
No easy task [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 10/22/2009


Claire O'Brien
DCCC braces for lean times
Dodge City Daily Globe, 10/22/2009


John Richmeier
Education officials to visit Leavenworth public schools
Leavenworth Times, 10/23/2009


Ken Stephens
School funding precarious
Hutchinson News, 10/24/2009 [Newsbank article]


John Hanna
More school cuts could be forthcoming
Salina Journal, 10/24/2009


John Hanna
Aid to schools in jeopardy
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/24/2009


Poverty in schools [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 10/25/2009 [Newsbank article]


Tom Arnhold
Schools offer quality education at a bargain
Hutchinson News, 10/26/2009 [Newsbank article]


Scott Rothschild
Education chairwoman: Raise taxes, don't cut from schools
Lawrence Journal World, 10/27/2009


Monica Springer
FHSU president laments funding crisis
Garden City Telegram, 10/27/2009


Ken Stephens
Nickerson district votes to join fair funding group
Hutchinson News, 10/27/2009 [Newsbank article]


Ned Seaton
What is going on with NISTAC's self-evaluation?
Manhattan Mercury, 10/27/2009


Jerry Wofford
Regents worry that strain on higher ed could hurt business
Manhattan Mercury, 10/28/2009 [Newsbank article]


Schools make major gains in test scores
Olathe Daily News, 10/28/2009


Emerson Lynn, Jr
Education took the biggest hit as state revenue fell [opinion]
Iola Register, 10/29/2009


Scott Rothschild
Further state budget cuts likely, including for schools
Lawrence Journal World, 10/29/2009


Andy Hyland
Electronic transcript program on the way
Lawrence Journal World, 10/29/2009


Joe Robertson
Missouri test tough---and it shows
Kansas City Star, 10/30/2009


John Milburn
Kan. academic standards near average
Hutchinson News, 10/30/2009 [Newsbank article]


K-State biology department awarded $780,000 to help fund graduate program
Manhattan Mercury, 10/30-31/2009 [Newsbank article]


Sue the state [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 10/31/2009 [Newsbank article]


Adrielle Harvey
WU exceeds revenue goals
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/31/2009


Enrollment shift [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 11/2/2009


Jeannine Koranda
Time to trim districts?
Hays Daily News, 11/2/2009


Ben Wearing
Student debt is crippling [editorial]
Salina Journal, 11/2/2009 [Newsbank article]


Ryan Christner
BOE in support of state aid fight
Hays Daily News, 11/3/2009


Andy Hyland
Fired employee files KU complaint
Lawrence Journal World, 11/3/2009


Mike Hoeflich
Tuition dollars are precious [opinion]
Lawrence Journal World, 11/4/2009


Jerry Wofford
Schools may face more cuts in state aid
Manhattan Mercury, 11/5/2009 [Newsbank article]


Monica Springer
Area's colleges face tight budgets
Garden City Telegram, 11/5/2009


Barbara Shelly
Fort Hays resourceful frugal, but still needs aid
Kansas City Star, 11/6/2009 [Newsbank article]


Ann Marie Bush
Topeka USD 501 harsh cuts possible
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/7/2009


Jan Biles
Schools grapple with surcharge
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/8/2009


Patrick Lowry
Blood from a turnip [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 11/8/2009


John Milburn
School funds central to budget woes
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/9/2009


Patrick Lowry
Maybe they should sue [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 11/10/2009


Michael Strand
Fair funding group continues to grow
Hays Daily News, 11/10/2009


Emerson Lynn, Jr
Some taking glee at cutting school budgets, it seems [opinion]
Iola Register, 11/10/2009


Ken Stephens
Districts say yes to possible court action
Hutchinson News, 11/10/2009 [Newsbank article]


Scott Rothschild
Education panel decries school cuts
Lawrence Journal World, 11/10/2009


Scott Rothschild
Education officials call further cuts beyond 'tragic'
Lawrence Journal World, 11/11/2009


Ashley Knecht Walker
Writing is important [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 11/12/2009


Angela Deines
Silver Lake board talks cuts
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/12/2009


Gwyn Mellinger
State budget crisis affects kids, too
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/12/2009


Scott Rothschild
Report looks at county's learning programs
Lawrence Journal World, 11/12/2009


Jesse Fray
Options for lighted pathway being weighed
Lawrence Journal World, 11/12/2009


U. S. Chamber issues report on schools
Lawrence Journal World, 11/12/2009


Ken Stephens
Federal dollars may be at risk
Hutchinson News, 11/12/2009 [Newsbank article]


Staff Reports
Proposal would increase room, board fees
Lawrence Journal World, 11/13/2009


ColleenSurridge
St. Paul schools cut days to save money
Chanute Tribune, 11/13/2009 [Newsbank article]


Andy Hyland
KU sees dramatic rise in sports donations
Lawrence Journal World, 11/13/2009


Don't sue [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 11/13/2009 [Newsbank article]


Schools for fair funding over the top [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/13/2009


Claire O'Brien
What's fair for Kansas kids?
Dodge City Daily Globe, 11/14/2009


David Flowers
Schools in a difficult position
Hutchinson News, 11/14/2009 [Newsbank article]


Dolph C. Simons, Jr
New chancellor must create strong new image for office
Lawrence Journal World, 11/14/2009


Jerry Wofford
After the funds dry up
Manhattan Mercury, 11/15/2009 [Newsbank article]


Ken Stephens
Decision on school lawsuit delayed
Hays Daily News, 11/15/2009


Scott Rothschild
School seclusion practices reviewed
Lawrence Journal World, 11/15/2009


Adrielle Harvey
Colleges seek options
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/15/2009


Ann Marie Bush
Area districts scaling back
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/15/2009


Bill Reiter
Amid K-State football revival, questions swirl about buyout
Kansas City Star, 11/15/2009 [Newsbank article]


John Green
Driver's ed a victim in budget shortfall
Hutchinson News, 11/16/2009 [Newsbank article]


Associated Press
State hopeful for driver's ed funding
Iola Register, 11/16/2009


Emerson Lynn, Jr
K-State's scandal should end secret pay to coaches [opinion]
Iola Register, 11/16/2009


Michelle Bauck
Lawsuit idea a bad idea
Hutchinson News, 11/17/2009 [Newsbank article]


Associated Press
More school districts might drop driver's ed
Chanute Tribune, 11/17/2009


Jerry Wofford
School board to discuss possible state cuts
Manhattan Mercury, 11/17/2009 [Newsbank article]


Monica Springer
Board hears from group mulling lawsuit
Garden City Telegram, 11/17/2009


Lindsey Slater
Official: It's time to discuss school closings
Lawrence Journal World, 11/18/2009


Ann Marie Bush
Topeka USD 501 2 schools, 1 principal
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/18/2009


Staff Reports
Regents to hear KSU's response
Manhattan Mercury, 11/18/2009 [Newsbank article]


Associated Press
Gov.: Suit threat not a factor
Manhattan Mercury, 11/18/2009


Underlying problem [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 11/18/2009 [Newsbank article]


Political cartoon
Chanute Tribune, 11/18/2009


Bob Sigman
Universities are shortchanged
Johnson County Sun, 11/18/2009


Steve Rose
We're getting it all wrong
Johnson County Sun, 11/18/2009


Michael Strand
Legislators talk state finances
Salina Journal, 11/18/2009 [Newsbank article]


Brad Kester
Money dominates dinner discussion
Junction City Daily Union, 11/18/2009


John Richard Schrock
Education frontlines: School funding desperate
Junction City Daily Union, 11/18/2009


Lindsey Slater
Schools ponder contingency fund to help lessen shortfall
Lawrence Journal World, 11/19/2009


Scott Rothschild
'Tough, hard' cuts on way for higher ed
Lawrence Journal World, 11/19/2009


John Hanna
Two regents eye taxes
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/19/2009


Jerry Wofford
USD 383 votes not to join possible suit
Manhattan Mercury, 11/19/2009


Jerry Wofford
Schulz: A more open approach
Manhattan Mercury, 11/19/2009 [Newsbank article]


Claire O'Brien
Small school districts face tough times
Dodge City Daily Globe, 11/19/2009


David Klepper
Kansas colleges poised to boost housing fee
Kansas City Star, 11/20/2009


David Klepper
No crimes among K-State irregularities
Kansas City Star, 11/20/2009 [Newsbank article]


Education funding cuts near [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/20/2009


Austin Meek
K-State sheds light on cash payments from audit
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/20/2009


James Carlson
Wefald let his guard down
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/20/2009


Associated Press
Teachers' hall in Emporia lost $251K in 3 years
Dodge City Daily Globe, 11/20/2009


Bobbi Mlynar
Savings program offered for low-income families
Emporia Gazette, 11/20/2009


Staff Report
Building at KU Med Center to be named after Hemenway
Lawrence Journal World, 11/20/2009


Staff Report
KU gets green light on energy savings proposal
Lawrence Journal World, 11/20/2009


John Hanna
Kansas State president says $845K in payments are proper
Salina Journal, 11/20/2009


Associated Press
Kansas State president defends $845K in payments
Hutchinson News, 11/20/2009


Emerson Lynn, Jr
Two state regents plead for higher state spending [editorial]
Iola Register, 11/20/2009


Emporia Gazette
Audit finds university fiscally responsible
Emporia Gazette, 11/20/2009


Jerry Wofford
Missing $845K a paper exercise: Schulz
Manhattan Mercury, 11/20-21/2009 [Newsbank article]


Claire O'Brien
Schools can use LOB, some state money to sue
Dodge City Daily Globe, 11/21/2009


Ken Stephens
Risk vs. reward
Hutchinson News, 11/21/2009 [Newsbank article]


It takes two [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 11/21/2009


Scott Rothschild
Committee urges state to halt education cuts
Lawrence Journal World, 11/21/2009


Scott Rothschild
Budget cuts expected to be announced today
Lawrence Journal World, 11/23/2009


Last resort [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 11/23/2009


Scott Rothschild
Regents fear more cuts mean tuition increases
Lawrence Journal World, 11/23/2009


Mara Rose Williams
For Kansas schools, cuts to budgets are adding up
Kansas City Star, 11/26/2009 [Newsbank article]


John Richmeier
School district's budget decreases
Leavenworth Times, 11/28/2009


Tim Carpenter
Regents vice chairman says cuts hinder growth
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/28/2009


Lori Yount
State seeks more grant money for education
Wichita Eagle, 11/30/2009


Jim Sullinger
JCCC students to see tuition hike
Olathe Daily News, 11/21/2009


Jerry Wofford
USD 383 to vote on keeping capital outlay mill cap
Manhattan Mercury, 12/1/2009


Brandy Nance
N. Lyon Co. patrons to speak out on school closure
Emporia Gazette, 12/1/2009


Jim Sullinger
Additional school cuts off the table, legislator says
Olathe Daily News, 12/2/2009


Andy Hyland
Business leaders say they support higher ed
Lawrence Journal World, 12/2/2009


Education effort [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 12/3/2009


Andy Hyland
More budget agony for KU
Lawrence Journal World, 12/3/2009


Educating without pay? [editorial]
Winfield Daily Courier, 12/4/2009


Luke Thompson and Jerry Wofford
Are city USD 383 putting money at risk?
Manhattan Mercury, 12/6/2009


Hutchinson college [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 12/6/2009 [Newsbank article]


The University of Kansas Perkins forgets [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/6/2009 [Newsbank article]


Lori Yount
Wichita schools to cut $4.5 million
Wichita Eagle, 12/7/2009


Mara Rose Williams
University prepares for possible furloughs
Kansas City Star, 12/7/2009 [Newsbank article]


Bobbi Mlynar
Board of education considers lawsuit
Emporia Gazette, 12/8/2009


Associated Press
Kansas to use stimulus funds to boost broadband
Emporia Gazette, 12/8/2009


Monica Springer
District joins schools for fair funding
Garden City Telegram, 12/8/2009


Tom Bell
This sounds familiar [editorial]
Salina Journal, 12/8/2009 [Newsbank article]


John Milburn
Kansas to bridge e-gaps
Iola Register, 12/8/2009


Staff and Wire Reports
State late in paying schools
Manhattan Mercury, 12/9/2009


Scott Rothschild
Schools having trouble staying afloat
Lawrence Journal World, 12/9/2009


Wichita Eagle
Mixed blessing [guest editorial]
Hays Daily News, 12/9/2009


Michael Strand
Schools to reopen old lawsuit
Salina Journal, 12/9/2009 [Newsbank article]


John Hanna
State late on aid pay to school districts
Hutchinson News, 12/9/2009 [Newsbank article]


Wichita Eagle
Federal money for education has strings attached
Dodge City Daily Globe, 12/9/2009


John Hanna
Kansas late on payments to state's school districts
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/9/2009


Barbara Hollingsworth
State board to reconsider license
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/9/2009


David Klepper
Governor urges no education cuts
Kansas City Star, 12/9/2009


Melissa Smith
Area districts will make payroll, bills in spite of late state funds
Chanute Tribune, 12/10/2009 [Newsbank article]


John Hanna
Kansas late on aid payments to school district
Chanute Tribune, 12/10/2009 [Newsbank article]


Bobbi Mlynar
To sue or not to sue?
Emporia Gazette, 12/10/2009


Barbara Hollingsworth
KNEA speaks out on state's budget crunch
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/10/2009


Ann Marie Bush
Wright denied again
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/10/2009


Ann Marie Bush
BOE member protests letter
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/10/2009


Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Sisters leave Fort Hays its 3rd-largest gift ever
Salina Journal, 12/11/2009 [Newsbank article]


Lawrence Journal World
Regents making a strong case for more aid
Manhattan Mercury, 12/11/2009


Staff Reports
Regents $4.75M facility for buses sought
Lawrence Journal World, 12/11/2009


Staff Reports
Board of Regents to vote on KU room and board increase
Lawrence Journal World, 12/11/2009


Richard Luken
ACCC skips tuition hike
Iola Register, 12/11/2009


Other Voices [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/11/2009


Ann Marie Bush
Schools may test state
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/11/2009


Associated Press
Group of state schools presses for more funding
Lawrence Journal World, 12/12/2009


Tim Linn
KSDE board chairwoman to meet with Easton
Leavenworth Times, 12/12/2009


Michael Strand
Not enough money?
Salina Journal, 12/12/2009


Lindsey Slater
Board to explore options on closing $3.3M budget gap
Lawrence Journal World, 12/12/2009


Bobbi Mlynar
Painful education cuts
Emporia Gazette, 12/12-13/2009


Ric Anderson
What country is this?
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/13/2009


Ben Wearing
Hellooow! We're in a recession! [editorial]
Salina Journal, 12/14/2009 [Newsbank article]


Andy Hyland
Kan. budget cuts having big effect on KU Medical Center
Hutchinson News, 12/15/2009 [Newsbank article]


Scott Rothschild
Legislature's 'dirty secret' could factor in lawsuit
Lawrence Journal World, 12/15/2009


Lindsey Slater
Board discusses how to make more cuts
Lawrence Journal World, 12/15/2009


Painful cuts [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 12/16/2009


Jeff Myrick
State budget cuts eliminate 6 jobs in Baldwin school district
Lawrence Journal World, 12/16/2009


Mara Rose Williams
University students could see boost in food, housing costs
Kansas City Star, 12/16/2009


Associated Press
Schools turn to Supreme Court
Lawrence Journal World, 12/18/2009


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