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Kansas Newspaper Clippings - Education

2006

Associated Press
Student: School forbade spanish
Wichita Eagle, 01/01/2006

Scott Rothschild
Sebelius and Mays agree on multiyear school funding
Lawrence Journal World, 01/02/2006

Tim Vandenack
EduKan offers juco orientation info in spanish
Hutchinson News, 01/03/2006

Scott Rothschild
State science standards sent to rewrite
Lawrence Journal World, 01/03/2006

Margaret Stafford
School districts searching for agriculture educators
Lawrence Journal World, 01/03/2006

Sophia Maines
Attorneys in I.D. case spread message
Lawrence Journal World, 01/04/2006

Scott Rothschild
'Dodos' circling around I.D.: Film explores intelligent design-evolution 'circus'
Lawrence Journal World, 01/04/2006

George Diepenbrock
KU science community mourns loss
Lawrence Journal World, 01/04/2006

Ann Marie Bush
Holton teacher gets spot in sky
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/04/2006

Ann Charles
Address the shortage [editorial]
Parsons Sun, 01/04/2006

Icess Fernandez
Kansas scores above average
Wichita Eagle, 01/05/2006

Mike Sherry
Report faults test efforts: Missouri, Kansas skeptical of measuring stick used in review (State policy report card 2006)
Kansas City Star, 01/05/2006

Grade on national education survey part of debate
Olathe Daily News, 01/05/2006

Associated Press
Education: State's grade on national survey one piece of debate
Chanute Tribune, 01/05/2006

Diane Elliott
Kansas legislature needs to address education funding amongst many other issues [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 01/05/2006

John Milburn
Corkins: Pull voucher plan from agenda
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/06/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 to look overseas: officials go to Philippines on recruiting trip
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/06/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Seaman board to discuss program expansion
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/06/2006

David Klepper
Time isn't right Kansas board says: vote on voucher program on hold
Kansas City Star, 01/06/2006

Sophia Maines
Academics draw professor back to shcoolhouse from Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 01/06/2006

Power of the ballot box: Kansans should anticipate resolving education issues
Hutchinson News, 01/06/2006

Scott Rothschild
Corkins drops bid for school vouchers
Lawrence Journal World, 01/06/2006

John Hanna
Audit of school costs could spell big trouble for legislators
Metro News, 01/06/2006

John Milburn
Corkins wants to shelve voucher plan
Hutchinson News, 01/06/2006

Attorneys in Dover intelligent design lawsuit to speak in Kansas
Leavenworth Times, 01/06/2006

Associated Press
Kansas school on national register
Lawrence Journal World, 01/07/2006

Dave Ranney
KU's plans to replace Falkenstien still in limbo
Lawrence Journal World, 01/07/2006

Sophia Maines
Major events planned on intelligent design
Lawrence Journal World, 01/07/2006

Multiyear spending plans OK as long as revenue doesn't drop
Wichita Eagle, 01/07/2006

Dave Ranney
After decades on air, retirement will leave big void for KU fans
Lawrence Journal World, 01/07/2006

Ryan Wood
KU approves $6.5 million loan for football facility
Lawrence Journal World, 01/07/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Female administrators becoming more common
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/07/2006

Scott Rothschild
Regents to propose tax increase to clear up maintenance, repair
Lawrence Journal World, 01/07/2006

Michael Strand
Jenkins turned aptitude for math into state office
Salina Journal, 01/07/2006

Lessons for legislators [opinion]
Leavenworth Times, 01/07/2006

Associated Press
More women lead Kansas schools
Wichita Eagle, 01/08/2006

The Capital-Journal
Good examples
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/08/2006

Associated Press
Women increasingly named school leaders
Lawrence Journal World, 01/08/2006

Scott Rothschild
School cost study holds key to session
Lawrence Journal World, 01/08/2006

Joe Robertson and David Klepper
Big Days
Kansas City Star, 01/08/2006

Big race
Kansas City Star, 01/08/2006

Icess Fernandez
Stop the busing?
Wichita Eagle, 01/08/2006

Corkins should take in the choices fair
Wichita Eagle, 01/08/2006

J-W Editorials
Pivotal report: For better or worse, a school finance report due out Monday will play a large role in determining the future of Kansas schools
Lawrence Journal World, 01/08/2006

Kasha Stoll
$16,000 on tap for area children
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/08/2006

Associated Press
'Voice of Jayhawks' to retire
Hutchinson News, 01/08/2006

Associated Press
Women increasingly named principals, superintendents
Hutchinson News, 01/08/2006

The Hays Daily News
Legislators going back to schools
Hays Daily News, 01/08/2006

School finance is biggest legislative news of the day
Wichita Eagle, 01/09/2006

Scott Rothschild
First day of session to feature education audit, State of State
Lawrence Journal World, 01/09/2006

Jim Sullinger and David Klepper
Lawmakers return: its back to school spending in Kansas
Kansas City Star, 01/09/2006

David Klepper
Lawyers go from frying pan into the fire
Kansas City Star, 01/09/2006

Ann Marie Bush
Teachers taught a lesson: Shawnee Heights looks to new ideas in response to low test scores
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/09/2006

Steve Painter
School cost study will set tone for 06
Wichita Eagle, 01/09/2006

Not ripe - or overly ripe?: School vouchers rotten idea for public education
Hutchinson News, 01/09/2006

John Milburn
Audit: Spend $316M more on schools
Parsons Sun, 01/09/2006

Rebecca Aistrup Gerber
State department of education publishes average per student finances for school districts
Dodge City Daily Globe, 01/09/2006

Scott Rothschild
Audit calls for pouring cash into schools: At least $316M needed to improve state's public education report finds
Lawrence Journal World, 01/10/2006

Positive signs
Lawrence Journal World, 01/10/2006

Jim Sullinger and David Klepper
A Whopping price tag for schools: Audit mandated by Kansas lawmakers says up to $400 million more is needed
Kansas City Star, 01/10/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
The road from 1999 lawsuit to school cost study
Kansas City Star, 01/10/2006

Crowson's view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 01/10/2006

Dave Ranney
Up to $25,000 is committed to examine sports facilities needs: funding for recreation study promised
Lawrence Journal World, 01/10/2006

Joel Mathis
Architect's legacy includes the design of Fraser Hall
Lawrence Journal World, 01/10/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Per-pupil funding could dramatically increase: USD 501 feels vindicated
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/10/2006

Duane Johnson
Full-day classes approved
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/10/2006

Chris Moon
Court silent for now
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/10/2006

Steve Painter
State audit says meeting federal expectations will cost $460 million: education's price tag
Wichita Eagle, 01/10/2006

Ann Marie Bush
Preparing For The ACT: some students spend hours studying, while others wing it
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/10/2006

Chris Moon
Report details four figures different formats reveal same thing: money needed
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/10/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
State board tempers praise with caution some question correlation between performance, spending
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/10/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Apt honor: Clarence 'Tuffy' Kellogg
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/10/2006

Mary Clarkin
Willard receives '05 contributions
Hutchinson News, 01/10/2006

Chris Green
Audit could cause rural, urban split
Hutchinson News, 01/10/2006

Chris Green
Report could lead to split
Garden City Telegram, 01/10/2006

Children first
Garden City Telegram, 01/10/2006

Sarah St. John
Study calls for $316M: opinions vary on effect of education finance audit
Olathe Daily News, 01/10/2006

Michael Strand
School finance remains hot issue
Salina Journal, 01/10/2006

Michael Strand
School audit calls for big dollars
Salina Journal, 01/10/2006

John Milburn
Lawmakers downplay idea of tax increases
Salina Journal, 01/10/2006

Sebelius taps Snyder
Garden City Telegram, 01/10/2006

Chris Moon
Audit shows need for increased financing
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 01/10/2006

Leah Fliter
Kansas State 'about even'
Manhattan Mercury, 01/10/2006

New report, familiar message picking a winner
Manhattan Mercury, 01/10/2006

All-day kindergarten
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/11/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
A new study confirmed an earlier study that the state is underfunding education [editorials]
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/11/2006

David Klepper
School funding is the $400 million question in Kansas budget
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/11/2006

Steve Painter
Sebelius offers budget; schools not noted
Wichita Eagle, 01/11/2006

Sophia Maines
Baker begins search for president
Lawrence Journal World, 01/11/2006

Mark McCormick
Eliminating busing could prove costly
Wichita Eagle, 01/11/2006

Barbara Shelly
Kansas legislature: time to fund education properly
Kansas City Star, 01/11/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
State board moves ahead: charter schools proposal will go to Legislature
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/11/2006

Sophia Maines
KU plans to increase lobbying efforts
Lawrence Journal World, 01/11/2006

Scott Rothschild
Sebelius seeks $38M more for higher ed
Lawrence Journal World, 01/11/2006

Gene Terlizzi
Funding for all-day kindergarten encouraged
Lawrence Journal World, 01/11/2006

Scott Rothschild
Governor chamber leaders to assess education audit
Lawrence Journal World, 01/11/2006

Michael Strand
Increased money 'validates' lawsuit
Salina Journal, 01/11/2006

Scott Seirer
Don't pinch students in rural areas: it would be wrong to address the urban shortfall in school funding by adding pain to rural areas [Editorial]
Salina Journal, 01/11/2006

Scott Rochat
School board told study supports spending
Emporia Gazette, 01/11/2006

Chris Green
Price tag to teach failing students more than $1 billion
Garden City Telegram, 01/11/2006

Shane T. Farley
Trimmer says buzz is about school finance
Winfield Daily Courier, 01/11/2006

Brandy Nance
University announces changes
Emporia Gazette, 01/11/2006

Chris Green
Teaching failing students could top $1B
Hutchinson News, 01/11/2006

Stunning conclusions: Education finance study will challenge lawmakers
Hutchinson News, 01/11/2006

Micah Mertes
FHSU talks Turkey with pact
Hays Daily News, 01/11/2006

'Essentially break-even'
Manhattan Mercury, 01/11/2006

When women rule schools, girls get a good lesson
Wichita Eagle, 01/12/2006

Audit shows need to fund schools properly
Wichita Eagle, 01/12/2006

Lindsey Geisler
District discusses full-day classes
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/12/2006

Bruce Baker
'65 percent' no solution
Wichita Eagle, 01/12/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Foreign hires interest board
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/12/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Teacher recruitment grow our own
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/12/2006

Amanda O'Toole
Fort Hays expands online: the university adds Chinese and Turkish colleges to its distance learning program, teaching students via the internet
Wichita Eagle, 01/12/2006

Fred Mann
Gov.: no new school taxes
Wichita Eagle, 01/12/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Chairman inquires about obscenity law
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/12/2006

Under the dome
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/12/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Department must edit out copyright text
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/12/2006

The Capital-Journal
Board sets meeting to review its goals
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/12/2006

Top role model: the former Kansas State football coach may be just the right person to lead an ambitious new mentoring program
Lawrence Journal World, 01/12/2006

Joe Stumpe
New rules for food in schools: crunch time for munchies
Wichita Eagle, 01/12/2006

Chris Moon
School finance talks begin
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/12/2006

Chris Moon
Response mixed on ed board thoughts
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/12/2006

Sophia Maines
Damaged Jayhawk can't be repaired
Lawrence Journal World, 01/12/2006

David Clouston
Finalists named for judge position: Sebelius has 30 days to pick between Struble, Thompson and Young
Salina Journal, 01/12/2006

Tom Bell
Wrong players on this team [editorial]
Salina Journal, 01/12/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Districts' mergers accepted: Jewell County voters already have given OK to consolidation
Salina Journal, 01/12/2006

Chris Green
FHSU-Chinese partnership to offer master's
Salina Journal, 01/12/2006

The education report
Johnson County Sun, 01/12/2006

Rob Edleston
"Technical education doesn't cost; it pays'
Manhattan Mercury, 01/12/2006

A recent court decisions speaks sense
Olathe Daily News, 01/12/2006

Elaine Bessier
Moderates reject charter school vote
Johnson County Sun, 01/12/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
No guarantee for education: some shrug off state's funding study
Johnson County Sun, 01/12/2006

Associated Press
Audit on education funding spurs talk of changing standards
Chanute Tribune, 01/12/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Seeing a need: Chinese classes
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/13/2006

The Capital-Journal
Grant scam targets Washburn students
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/13/2006

Brent D. Wistrom
Governor honors Jackie Williams for service
Wichita Eagle, 01/13/2006

Rhonda Holman
Legislators right to take audit seriously
Wichita Eagle, 01/13/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Corkins questions report
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/13/2006

Patrica Hutton
West-side WSU may amaze students
Wichita Eagle, 01/13/2006

Lawmakers wouldn't change constitution
Lawrence Journal World, 01/13/2006

Dave Ranney
Katrina, Iraq siphon school funds
Lawrence Journal World, 01/13/2006

Peter Hancock
Cost study will be hard pill to swallow
Metro News, 01/13/2006

Clara Kilbourn
Sterling to get pair of new residence halls
Hutchinson News, 01/13/2006

Kathy Hanks
Bethany College community dealing with loss of employee
Hutchinson News, 01/13/2006

Scott Rochat
Schallenkamp finalist for South Dakota job
Emporia Gazette, 01/13/2006

Scott Rothschild
Serial meetings not on agenda
Lawrence Journal World, 01/14/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr.
Education analysis poses difficult choices for legislature
Lawrence Journal World, 01/14/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Bill continues effort to repeal tuition law
Hutchinson News, 01/14/2006

Other editors: a constitutional duty
Hutchinson News, 01/14/2006

Chris Green
Fort Hays open master's program to Chinese
Hutchinson News, 01/14/2006

KU legend: with her long service and love for KU and Lawrence, Mildred Clodfelter was one of a kind
Lawrence Journal World, 01/14/2006

John Milburn
Education audit sounds familiar to some
Lawrence Journal World, 01/14/2006

John Milburn
New audit, same results: many findings in new education funding study mirror those of 2002 findings
Hutchinson News, 01/14/2006

Laura Bauer
Pot rap can block college cash aid
Kansas City Star, 01/14/2006

Dawn Bormann
With every move, students gain self-esteem
Kansas City Star, 01/14/2006

Tim Carpenter
Lawmaker eyes gambling revenue for schools
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 01/14/2006

Sarah St. John
Sebelius touts preschool plan in city
Olathe Daily News, 01/14/2006

Shanna Foster-Guilot
State to pay 44 percent of bonds for new school
Chanute Tribune, 01/14/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Bill continues effort to repeal tuition law
Chanute Tribune, 01/14/2006

Sophia Maines
Printing service cut saves KU money
Lawrence Journal World, 01/15/2006

Associated Press
Sterling college hopes two new dorms will attract more students
Lawrence Journal World, 01/15/2006

Would court phase in constitutionality?
Wichita Eagle, 01/15/2006

Dave Stephens
Reno Co. schools weigh impact of audit
Hutchinson News, 01/15/2006

State school board ready to hit the books?
Wichita Eagle, 01/15/2006

Crowson's view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 01/15/2006

Rhonda Holman
Big test: will delegation serve Wichita schools?
Wichita Eagle, 01/15/2006

Chris Green
KU Med Center offers seminar on stem cell
Hutchinson News, 01/15/2006

Steve Rosen
Preparation pays: the hunt for college scholarships can become a job
Kansas City Star, 01/15/2006

Scott Rothschild
Study's results about at-risk, bilingual pupils aren't news to lawyer
Lawrence Journal World, 01/15/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Full-day kindergarten favored
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/15/2006

Lindsey Geisler
Event held in recognition of late civil rights leader King: scholarships part of 'dream'
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/15/2006

Mary Clarkin
Kansas school considered a 'historic place'
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 01/15/2006

Stephen Wade
The great sunflower bake sale [editorial]
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 01/15/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Pitt State to teach science the same
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 01/15/2006

Sophia Maines
KU journalism faculty praised for ideological balance
Lawrence Journal World, 01/16/2006

Sophia Maines
Foreign language training plan has receptive audience
Lawrence Journal World, 01/16/2006

Gena Terlizzi
KU will aid special education teachers across the State
Lawrence Journal World, 01/16/2006

Chris Shull
Center to study how art and tech intersect
Wichita Eagle, 01/16/2006

Chris Moon
Lawmakers defend funding: post audit study recommended cuts in as many as 174 districts
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/16/2006

Ann Marie Bush
Drumline performances benefit Project Topeka
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/16/2006

Chris Moon
Report heralds signs of coming battle
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/16/2006

Universities get money for special-ed research
Wichita Eagle, 01/17/2006

Grant money for teaching
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/17/2006

Carl Manning
Lawmakers keep high court in mind
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/17/2006

Margulies
Hutchinson News, 01/17/2006

Carl Manning
Some lawmakers continue to grumble about court overstepping authority
Lawrence Journal World, 01/17/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Kansas officials consider options: school woes? It depends on point of view
Kansas City Star, 01/17/2006

Carl Manning
Legislators still want to rein in Supreme Court
Hutchinson News, 01/17/2006

A storm on school finance
Winfield Daily Courier, 01/17/2006

Revolution, not evolution
Olathe Daily News, 01/17/2006

Universities to get $414,000 to teach special ed teachers
Chanute Tribune, 01/17/2006

David Klepper
P.S.: a new game
Kansas City Star, 01/18/2006

Jim Sullinger
Bill targets illegal-immigrant tuition
Wichita Eagle, 01/18/2006

George Diepenbrock
Versatile teacher inspired others
Lawrence Journal World, 01/18/2006

Dave Ranney
Lobbying efforts by Indian tribes advised
Lawrence Journal World, 01/18/2006

Mark Fagan
KU shifts licensing to athletics
Lawrence Journal World, 01/18/2006

Sophia Maines
Jayhawk-sculpture vandals are recorded by camera
Lawrence Journal World, 01/18/2006

Scott Rothschild
Immigrant-tuition law under fire
Lawrence Journal World, 01/18/2006

Lindsey Geisler
District discusses transition plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/18/2006

Icess Fernandez
Teachers squeeze in
Wichita Eagle, 01/18/2006

Chris Moon
Immigrant tuition repeal sought
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/18/2006

Tim Carpenter
Coach plans new play: Snyder will be face of volunteer effort
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/18/2006

Leah Fliter
Presidents to discuss distance-ed agreement
Manhattan Mercury, 01/18/2006

Emerson Lynn, Jr
Lawmakers nurse anti-court grudges, plan two attacks
Iola Register, 01/18/2006

ESU gets $205,000 grant
Emporia Gazette, 01/18/2006

Kansas school on national register
Manhattan Mercury, 01/18/2013

Kursten Phelps
Doll, Cruz address county's democrats
Garden City Telegram, 01/18/2006

Repeal 2004 immigrant tuition law sought
Garden City Telegram, 01/18/2006

At K-State, Bush to speak on war
Wichita Eagle, 01/19/2006

Tim Carpenter
Bill would loosen practice restrictions
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/19/2006

Brent D. Wistrom
Rules hinder swimmers, some say
Wichita Eagle, 01/19/2006

Immigrant tuition law makes more sense by the semester
Wichita Eagle, 01/19/2006

Sophia Maines
Professor leaves legacy of hope: psychology department's Rick Snyder remembered for positive influence
Lawrence Journal World, 01/19/2006

Ric Anderson
KSU to host Bush: Landon lecture to be on terror war
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/19/2006

House member wants to repeal 2004 immigrant tuition law
Hutchinson News, 01/19/2006

John Hanna
President Bush to speak at K-State lecture
Lawrence Journal World, 01/19/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Audit points out districts lacking bilingual services
Hutchinson News, 01/19/2006

John Hanna
Bush to speak at K-State lecture series
Hutchinson News, 01/19/2006

Elaine Bessier
Board pulls voucher bid
Johnson County Sun, 01/19/2006

Chris Green
Proposal would keep merging districts from losing money
Chanute Tribune, 01/19/2006

Arley Hoskin
If they get more funds, then how will schools spend it? Can you say salaries?
Johnson County Sun, 01/19/2006

Steve Rose
Where is anybody?
Johnson County Sun, 01/19/2006

Micah Mertes
Evolution, intelligent design forum at FHSU
Salina Journal, 01/19/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Audit points out districts lack bilingual services
Chanute Tribune, 01/19/2006

Chris Green
Idea may help school districts: consolidating districts would keep aid for up to 2 years
Salina Journal, 01/19/2006

Ric Anderson
Bush talk a deal: appearance will be PR boon for K-State
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/20/2006

Steve Painter
Corkins testifies before Senate committee
Wichita Eagle, 01/20/2006

Tim Carpenter
Senate committee grills education chief
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/20/2006

Higher education: Provost candidate to visit KU campus
Lawrence Journal World, 01/20/2006

Sophia Maines
New employee oversees KU's native artifacts
Lawrence Journal World, 01/20/2006

Scott Rothschild
Senators criticize charter school plan
Lawrence Journal World, 01/20/2006

Christy Levings
Improving public schools
Leavenworth Times, 01/20/2006

Sarah St. John
Candidate touts school finance plan
Olathe Daily News, 01/20/2006

Repaying student loans
Leavenworth Times, 01/20/2006

Michael Strand
Legislators want to hear from Salina schools
Salina Journal, 01/20/2006

Hal Lockard
Regents OK new facility: Washburn can spend $1.5 million to move endowment offices
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/21/2006

Jason Probst
Lyons school officials warn of possible gangs
Hutchinson News, 01/21/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr.
Jordan Haines a colorful loyal friend of Kansas and KU
Lawrence Journal World, 01/21/2006

Chris Moon
Rancor set aside in school debate
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/21/2006

Mara Rose Williams
Law schools judged on their racial mix
Kansas City Star, 01/21/2006

Chris Green
Progress being made in school funding work
Salina Journal, 01/21/2006

John Richmeier
Education system to include virtual schools
Leavenworth Times, 01/21/2006

George Diepenbrock
Hall monitors go high-tech
Lawrence Journal World, 01/21/2006

Chris Green
School finance solution slowly developing
Chanute Tribune, 01/21/2006

David Clouston
Attorney general says meth lab seizures are down by 50 percent, reflecting success of drug initiatives: DARE grads encouraged
Salina Journal, 01/21/2006

Icess Fernandez
No Wichita schools on Corkins' schedule
Wichita Eagle, 01/22/2006

David Hendershot
Educators look to the future
Junction City Daily Union, 01/22/2006

Kevin M. Smith
Superintendents disagree on some effects of legislative action
Junction City Daily Union, 01/22/2006

Pete Goering
Small schools in danger
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/22/2006

Chris Green
School finance solution slowly developing
Hutchinson News, 01/22/2006

Michael Strand
Salina school district officials, local lawmakers meet face to face
Salina Journal, 01/22/2006

Michael Strand
Vouchers maybe it's because many of them aren't interested
Salina Journal, 01/22/2006

Sophia Maines
Kansas University students seeking affordable textbooks
Lawrence Journal World, 01/22/2006

Chris Green
School finance solution slow to develop
Hays Daily News, 01/22/2006

Richard P. Heil
Generating interest in education
Hays Daily News, 01/22/2006

Jessica Tims
Educating soon-to-be Kansans [editorial]
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 01/22/2006

Dave Ranney
Funding for counseling program in schools
Lawrence Journal World, 01/23/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
WU considers assuming oversight of technical school
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/23/2006

Associated Press
KU to return some Indian artifacts
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/23/2006

Randy Scholfield
Early: sooner, better on education
Wichita Eagle, 01/23/2006

Steve Painter
Resolved to solve school funding
Wichita Eagle, 01/23/2006

Dave Ranney
Report: Sugary snacks should be suspended
Lawrence Journal World, 01/23/2006

Dave Ranney
WRAP workers deal with variety of student problems
Lawrence Journal World, 01/23/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Principal earns an A: Seaman educator to receive award on accreditation
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/23/2006

KU hires professor to oversee Indian artifacts
Hutchinson News, 01/23/2006

Building a brighter future immigrant tuition law makes education more affordable
Hutchinson News, 01/23/2006

Scott Rothschild
Lawmakers wants regents president at cabinet meetings
Lawrence Journal World, 01/23/2006

Steve Painter
School funding talks aren't as tense: mood has changed from a year ago
Kansas City Star, 01/24/2006

Sophia Maines
Speaker stands behind theory
Lawrence Journal World, 01/24/2006

Sophia Maines
State board of education: election buildup begins
Lawrence Journal World, 01/24/2006

Sophia Maines
Vice chancellor candidate visits campus
Lawrence Journal World, 01/24/2006

Dave Ranney
Mother tells board WRAP kept her son from killing: counselor helped autisitic teen cope with thoughts of murder, suicide
Lawrence Journal World, 01/24/2006

The Capital-Journal
General newest staffer at KSU
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/24/2006

Icess Fernandez
Wichita board spars with Corkins
Wichita Eagle, 01/24/2006

Icess Fernandez
Busing decision needed soon
Wichita Eagle, 01/24/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Moderate groups starting 2006 election effort
Hutchinson News, 01/24/2006

Tom Bell
No advice sought Corkins pushed school voucher plan without knowing support for them is a bit thin [editorial]
Salina Journal, 01/24/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
School boards, lawmakers play role, group says
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/25/2006

Business OK with State BOE?
Wichita Eagle, 01/25/2006

Mike Hoeflich
Humanities also important
Lawrence Journal World, 01/25/2006

Mark McCormick
Corkins must see district's challenges
Wichita Eagle, 01/25/2006

Sophia Maines
Senate leader receives humanities fellowship
Lawrence Journal World, 01/25/2006

Chris Moon
Committee endorses swim practice bill
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/25/2006

Icess Fernandez
Rights office ignores district
Wichita Eagle, 01/25/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
NEA questions notification
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/25/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Topeka catholics tough choices
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/25/2006

Chris Green
Committee advances swimming rule change
Salina Journal, 01/25/2006

Christopher White Walker
Time for change [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 01/25/2006

Chris Green
Committee advances swimmer rule change
Hutchinson News, 01/25/2006

Moderate move
Garden City Telegram, 01/25/2006

Colleen Surridge
Student debt congress may make it more difficult to get higher education
Parsons Sun, 01/25/2006

Staff and Wire Reports
ESU president resigns
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/26/2006

Scott Canon
Ex-head of joint chiefs back at K-State
Kansas City Star, 01/26/2006

The game legislators play
Wichita Eagle, 01/26/2006

Chris Huntsman
Funds well spent
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/26/2006

Scott Rothschild
Bill spells out qualifications for education commissioner
Lawrence Journal World, 01/26/2006

Randy Scholfield
Better? charters no magic solution for schools
Wichita Eagle, 01/26/2006

Katie Heinz
City's art program for youths receives White House award
Lawrence Journal World, 01/26/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
McEachron elementary overcrowding issues
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/26/2006

Sophia Maines
KU closing in on billion-dollar endowment
Lawrence Journal World, 01/26/2006

Patrice R. Holderbach
Kline speaks at KSU
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/26/2006

40 lbs. of pot gets teacher arrested
Wichita Eagle, 01/26/2006

J-W Editorials
WRAP future a program that puts mental health professionals in the Lawrence schools has proven its worth [editorials]
Lawrence Journal World, 01/26/2006

Karen Mikols
Drug dogs find 36 pounds of pot in student teacher's car
Hutchinson News, 01/26/2006

Amy Conkling
Moving to the head of the class: in a growing trend, more women are filling leadership positions in education
Hutchinson News, 01/26/2006

John Milburn
Former Joint Chiefs chair to teach at K-State
Hutchinson News, 01/26/2006

Professional approach offered
Iola Register, 01/26/2006

Arley Hoskin
Teachers: Districts can pay 'em or lose 'em
Johnson County Sun, 01/26/2006

Peter Euler
Bill was proposed to standardize state school calendar
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 01/26/2006

Better choices
Johnson County Sun, 01/26/2006

Area's state school board candidate field grows by two
Iola Register, 01/26/2006

Cart before the horse
Johnson County Sun, 01/26/2006

9th District state board of education candidacy announced
Chanute Tribune, 01/27/2006

Tim Carpenter
Senate passes measure on swimming club practice
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/27/2006

Icess Fernandez
Corkins likes what he sees at North High
Wichita Eagle, 01/27/2006

Be careful writing job description into law
Wichita Eagle, 01/27/2006

Bill Blankenship
Parish review widens archdiocese to study churches outside Topeka
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/27/2006

Eric Weslander
Douglas county D.A., schools get tougher on truants
Lawrence Journal World, 01/27/2006

Martin Hawver
At the rail
Metro News, 01/27/2006

Dave Seaton
Small schools could be left out of state aid picture
Winfield Daily Courier, 01/27/2006

Peter Euler
Local legislators oppose standardizing the school calendar
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 01/27/2006

Lori Dohrmann
Futhering ideologies
Hutchinson News, 01/28/2006

Dolph C. Simons Jr
KU lobbying effort fails to resonate with many legislators
Lawrence Journal World, 01/28/2006

Chris Green
Program gives poor a shot at college
Hutchinson News, 01/28/2006

Harris News Service
Hearing on immigrant tuition challenge set
Hutchinson News, 01/28/2006

J-W Staff
Emporia State faces search for president
Lawrence Journal World, 01/28/2006

Phil Anderson
Process runs its course
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/28/2006

George Diepenbrock and Ron Knox
Students, colleagues recall longtime LHS teacher's experience'
Lawrence Journal World, 01/28/2006

Sophia Maines
Man's best friend stands test of time, study says
Lawrence Journal World, 01/28/2006

Chris Green
Savings program could help poor families with college
Garden City Telegram, 01/28/2006

Dale Swenson
USD 259 spent funding wisely, needs more help
Wichita Eagle, 01/29/2006

John Milburn
KU event explores evolution issue
Wichita Eagle, 01/29/2006

Sophia Maines
Intelligent design: is Kansas court battle next?
Lawrence Journal World, 01/29/2006

John Milburn
Science battle outcome debated similarities seen in Pennsylvania and Kansas cases
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/29/2006

John Milburn
Similarities seen in evolution debates
Hutchinson News, 01/29/2006

Rodeo we call the Legislature finally is out of the chute
Hays Daily News, 01/29/2006

Leah Fliter
How the study hits here legislative audit report a boon to USD 383 alone
Manhattan Mercury, 01/29/2006

Dawn Bormann
Kansas district adds ballroom dancing to offerings
Hutchinson News, 01/30/2006

Scott Rothschild
KU study at center of political debate
Lawrence Journal World, 01/30/2006

Icess Fernandez
Wichita schools solicit wish list
Wichita Eagle, 01/30/2006

Patrice Hutton
Student site Facebook raises some eyebrows
Wichita Eagle, 01/30/2006

Tom Bell
Where was the challenge? :Scientific community must be willing to confront the intelligent design theory
Salina Journal, 01/30/2006

Chris Walker
Moving forward ESU president reflects on the past and future
Emporia Gazette, 01/30/2006

School nutrition is TEAMWORK
Dodge City Daily Globe, 01/30/2006

Scott Rochat
ESU'S presidents leave behind lasting legacies
Emporia Gazette, 01/30/2006

Robert W. Butler
The dodos have come to Kansas
Kansas City Star, 01/31/2006

Associated Press
KU leader drawn to center of debate
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/31/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
WU students plan 2nd Gulf Coast trip
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/31/2006

Idea may not deserve to float
Wichita Eagle, 01/31/2006

Steve Fry
Washburn states its case for KATS
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/31/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Experience Kansas students from around the world converge on Statehouse
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/31/2006

Icess Fernandez
School group will target low scores
Wichita Eagle, 01/31/2006

Scott Rothschild
Lawmakers see cost for university maintenance
Lawrence Journal World, 01/31/2006

Phil Anderson
High school teams compete on "Quest"
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/31/2006

J-W Editorials
Spectacular show: A new textile exhibit at Spencer Museum of Art is a wonderful melding of objects and design [editorials]
Lawrence Journal World, 01/31/2006

Jim Sullinger
Kansas University Provost leaving Lawrence for D.C.
Lawrence Journal World, 01/31/2006

Amy Conkling
Club sports bill goes to House
Hutchinson News, 01/31/2006

Small is good
Winfield Daily Courier, 01/31/2006

Martin Hawver
Buying cars and paying for education
Junction City Daily Union, 01/31/2006

KU center's leader in middle of political debate
Manhattan Mercury, 01/31/2006

State's success hinges on education
Iola Register, 01/31/2006

Itzel Rodriguez
Give students an opportunity
Garden City Telegram, 01/31/2006

College plans [editorial]
Garden City Telegram, 01/31/2006

Legislative audit made some inappropriate assumptions
Dodge City Daily Globe, 01/31/2006

John D. Montgomery
Paying for college [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 01/31/2006

Jim Sullinger
KCK officials seek more aid for at-risk students
Kansas City Star, 02/01/2006

Sophia Maines
Speaker: Evolution not open to debate among scientists
Lawrence Journal World, 02/01/2006

Scott Rothschild
Education absent from parties' agendas
Lawrence Journal World, 02/01/2006

Icess Fernandez
Other updates confront board
Wichita Eagle, 02/01/2006

Chris Moon
Multiyear school plans emerging
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/01/2006

Tim Carpenter
Sides grapple over money
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/01/2006

Chris Green
O'Neal: School finance money already there
Hutchinson News, 02/01/2006

Marlow Ediger
Quality schooling for all
Hutchinson News, 02/01/2006

Swimming upstream: Kansas Senate meddles in KSHSAA affairs
Hutchinson News, 02/01/2006

Chris Green
On school finance, one state lawmaker says: money's already there
Hays Daily News, 02/01/2006

Tim Carpenter
Senator proposes disclosure bill
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/02/2006

James Hart
A Tar Heel becomes KU law school dean
Kansas City Star, 02/02/2006

Scott Rothschild
Immigrant tuition reopened for debate
Lawrence Journal World, 02/02/2006

Sophia Maines
KU names 1st female law dean: Gail Agrawal comes from North Carolina
Lawrence Journal World, 02/02/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Plan would change licensing: college graduates would be allowed to teach without credentials
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/02/2006

Amanda O'Toole
Proposal to find more teachers has difficulties
Wichita Eagle, 02/02/2006

Garance Burke
Tuition breaks debated
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/02/2006

Chris Green
Educating failing students could cost more than $1 billion
Chanute Tribune, 02/02/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Students, attorney take opposing sides in tuition debate
Hutchinson News, 02/02/2006

Dave Stephens
Experts say area college students' debt will increase
Hutchinson News, 02/02/2006

Chris Green
Kan. bilingual ed woes are diverse
Hutchinson News, 02/02/2006

Leah Fliter
Science profs seek support on standards
Manhattan Mercury, 02/02/2006

Knight Ridder News Service
Panel hears testimony on bill to repeal tuition law
Olathe Daily News, 02/02/2006

Sarah Kessinger
In-state tuition challenge
Salina Journal, 02/02/2006

Bob Johnson
VanMeter weak voice for education
Iola Register, 02/02/2006

Garance Burke
Panel hears testimony on bill to kill immigrant tuition law
Winfield Daily Courier, 02/02/2006

Garance Burke
Panel hears testimony on bill to repeal immigrant tuition law
Dodge City Daily Globe, 02/02/2006

Rhonda Holman
Urgent on technical education, future is now
Wichita Eagle, 02/03/2006

Sophia Maines
KU provost candidate emphasizes humanities, importance of diversity
Lawrence Journal World, 02/03/2006

Richard Gwin
KU department wins car design award
Lawrence Journal World, 02/03/2006

Dave Toplikar
Corkins OK with multiyear school funding approach
Lawrence Journal World, 02/03/2006

Teacher charged
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/03/2006

Associated Press
Barnett outlines $400M school finance plan
Lawrence Journal World, 02/03/2006

Chris Moon
Rural schools fear cuts
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/03/2006

Chris Moon
Barnett school funding plan adds $50 million: Post Audit report advised another $349 million
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/03/2006

Scott Rothschild
Proposal would require age-appropriate sex ed, emphasize abstinence
Lawrence Journal World, 02/03/2006

Amanda O'Toole
Group offers suggestions to improve high schools
Wichita Eagle, 02/03/2006

J-W Editorials
Immigrant dilemma [editorials]
Lawrence Journal World, 02/03/2006

Steve Fry
Guilt comes at cyberspeed: WU student convicted of trying to lure minor girl into sex via Web chat room
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/03/2006

Adam Hinkle
Time for change
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/03/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Sensory aids used to comfort special education students
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/03/2006

George Diepenbrock
These walls can talk--of KU sports
Lawrence Journal World, 02/03/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
An experiment: more science, math teachers
Kansas City Star, 02/03/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Reading program's success limited
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/03/2006

Steve Painter
Candidate offers plan to pay for schools
Wichita Eagle, 02/03/2006

Martin Hawver
At the rail
Metro News, 02/03/2006

Chris Green
Changes worry small school districts: Rawlins County school board president says small schools can't afford to lose funding
Salina Journal, 02/03/2006

Tom Bell
No puzzle here [editorial]
Salina Journal, 02/03/2006

Associated Press
Student teacher charged with 3 drug counts
Lawrence Journal World, 02/03/2006

John Hanna
Sex education class supporters seek help from lawmakers
Hutchinson News, 02/03/2006

Chris Green
Small school district officials fear shift in funding
Hutchinson News, 02/03/2006

ACCC instructor suspended with pay
Iola Register, 02/03/2006

Judy Sherard
Candidate has other 'ID' ea
Hays Daily News, 02/03/2006

Bill Luecke
True education one that includes God
Hays Daily News, 02/03/2006

Eric Swanson
Jennison says Sebelius failed to take lead on school finance: former speaker launches campaign for Republican gubernatorial nomination
Dodge City Daily Globe, 02/03/2006

Scott Bershof
School finance, fun night share spotlight this weekend
Garden City Telegram, 02/03/2006

Coalition looking to protect sex ed
Garden City Telegram, 02/03/2006

501 decries road bill plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/04/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Enrollment losses sobering: Topeka district down by 230-'a whole school'
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/04/2006

Chris Green
'Right' ed funding plan remains elusive
Hutchinson News, 02/04/2006

Kevin Murphy
KU to remember discoverer of Pluto
Kansas City Star, 02/04/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Kansas weighs looser rules for teachers
Kansas City Star, 02/04/2006

Jason Gertzen
Regional leaders bullish on bioscience
Kansas City Star, 02/04/2006

Sophia Maines
KU journalism school wins writing awards
Lawrence Journal World, 02/04/2006

Dave Ranney
Governors pledge to share resources
Lawrence Journal World, 02/04/2006

Chris Green
Millions at stake with at-risk definition
Garden City Telegram, 02/04/2006

Chris Green
Lawmakers still searching for 'right' school funding plan
Chanute Tribune, 02/04/2006

Student charged after toxin placed in teacher's drink
Hutchinson News, 02/05/2006

Chris Green
Millions could be at stake with at-risk definition
Hutchinson News, 02/05/2006

Matt McNabb
Ed finance still a 'work in progress'
Hutchinson News, 02/05/2006

Phillip Brownlee
Charter schools not top priority for state
Wichita Eagle, 02/05/2006

Icess Fernandez
Brooks: Don't nix busing; fix busing
Wichita Eagle, 02/05/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Unlicensed teachers teach to teach
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/05/2006

Kansas ready for back-to-school tax holiday
Wichita Eagle, 02/05/2006

Bob L. Corkins
Don't be satisfied with 'by and large' success
Wichita Eagle, 02/05/2006

Chris Moon
Frustration with 'No Child' high
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/05/2006

Chad Lawhorn
Landlords telling KU to lay down party law
Lawrence Journal World, 02/05/2006

Starting anew on school finance
Manhattan Mercury, 02/05/2006

Reasons not to repeal tuition law
Wichita Eagle, 02/06/2006

James J. Hamilton Jr., M.D.
Let swimmers compete
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/06/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Time to move it may be time for KATS to graduate from USD 501 to Washburn University [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/06/2006

Tim Carpenter
Teachers may lack diversity training
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/06/2006

Sophia Maines
Revival of KU info will be welcome news to students
Lawrence Journal World, 02/06/2006

Lisa Gutierrez
KU will pay tribute to a son of Fort Scott
Kansas City Star, 02/06/2006

Sophia Maines
Lab to honor KU alum's quiet influence at hospital
Lawrence Journal World, 02/06/2006

Rachel Davis
Group reaches out to western Kansas
Garden City Telegram, 02/06/2006

Scott Rothschild
Study may lead to consolidation: smaller, rural districts may lose funds to urban schools
Lawrence Journal World, 02/07/2006

John Hanna
Unanticipated revenues good news as lawmakers ponder school aid
Lawrence Journal World, 02/07/2006

Sophia Maines
Kansas University: third vice chancellor candidate visits campus
Lawrence Journal World, 02/07/2006

Steve Fry
Washburn turns 141
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/07/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Seaman may move bond vote earlier
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/07/2006

Tim Carpenter
Bill would reform college residency system
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/07/2006

Under the dome
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/07/2006

Lindsey Geisler
Shawnee Heights reviewing bids
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/07/2006

Tim Carpenter
College grants get bipartisan support
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/07/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Students, attorney take opposing sides in tuition debate
Chanute Tribune, 02/07/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr.
Regents must be prepared to fill university leadership posts
Lawrence Journal World, 02/07/2006

Chris Green
Measure promotes school district sharing
Hutchinson News, 02/07/2006

Dave Stephens
USD 308 prioritizes building options
Hutchinson News, 02/07/2006

Ryan D. Wilson
State rejects Thayer charter application
Chanute Tribune, 02/07/2006

Scott Rochat
Tech college may customize training
Emporia Gazette, 02/07/2006

Icess Fernandez
WSU looks into hazing complaint
Wichita Eagle, 02/08/2006

Nicholas Shump
Teachers mistrust misplaced
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/08/2006

Scott Rothschild
KU prof to advise on funeral protest law
Lawrence Journal World, 02/08/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Kansas students taking more tests for college credit
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/08/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Highland Park exam results surpass peers
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/08/2006

A worthy proposal, if it's carried out
Kansas City Star, 02/08/2006

Mike Belt
Hillcrest school finds good will survives in wake of robbery
Lawrence Journal World, 02/08/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr.
Regents must be prepared
Emporia Gazette, 02/08/2006

John D. Montgomery
USD 489 [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 02/08/2006

Associated Press
Bill would deny abortion coverage for students
Emporia Gazette, 02/08/2006

Colleen Surridge
Funding formula won't help SEK districts
Parsons Sun, 02/08/2006

Christopher White Walker
Don't waste time [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 02/08/2006

Sophia Maines
KU touts program on global awareness
Lawrence Journal World, 02/09/2006

Anthony S. Bush
Kansas State basketball honoring a storied past
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/09/2006

J-W Staff Reports
House approves insurance legislation
Lawrence Journal World, 02/09/2006

Scott Rothschild
Tenants seek safeguards against unfair landlords: KU student urge Legislature to prohibit renewal clauses in leases, exorbitant cleaning fees
Lawrence Journal World, 02/09/2006

Sophia Maines
KU picks new social welfare dean from LSU
Lawrence Journal World, 02/09/2006

Icess Fernandez
Brooks: busing issue is complex
Wichita Eagle, 02/09/2006

Amanda O'Toole
'Juvenile activities' or hazing?
Wichita Eagle, 02/09/2006

Associated Press
WSU probes alleged hazing
Lawrence Journal World, 02/09/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Middle schools test various formulas for success in math
Kansas City Star, 02/09/2006

Dave Ranney
Corkins to ask for $150M for state's schools
Lawrence Journal World, 02/09/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
Super size me?: lawmaker offers school bill to combat child obesity in lunchrooms
Johnson County Sun, 02/09/2006

John R. Laplante
Kansas needs more fragmentation, not consolidation
Kansas City Kansan, 02/09/2006

County needs back-up tax
Johnson County Sun, 02/09/2006

Senators in Kansas asked to extend incentive for school consolidation
Winfield Daily Courier, 02/09/2006

Chris Moon
Corkins' job targeted for change
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/10/2006

Would education funding ball stay on the tee?
Wichita Eagle, 02/10/2006

Sophia Maines
Kansas University final provost candidate values communication
Lawrence Journal World, 02/10/2006

Rick Peterson
Senator Schmidt, KSHSAA at odds over bill
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/10/2006

Rick Peterson
Stafford: Bill no.317 could help swim career
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/10/2006

Sophia Maines
KU, grad students make little progress on negotiations
Lawrence Journal World, 02/10/2006

Mark Fagan
Apply now for financial aid
Lawrence Journal World, 02/10/2006

Michael Hooper
Event helps foster economic education
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/10/2006

Chris Green
Willard opposes proposal for ed commissioner requirements
Hutchinson News, 02/10/2006

Chris Moon
Bill would make requirements for education commissioner
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 02/10/2006

Chris Green
Hearing prompts more criticism of ed commissioner
Chanute Tribune, 02/10/2006

Scott Rothschild
Charter school bill reveals divide
Lawrence Journal World, 02/11/2006

Scott Rothschild
School finance plan keeps district waiting
Lawrence Journal World, 02/11/2006

Jim Sullinger and David Klepper
Lawmakers focusing on school funding
Kansas City Star, 02/11/2006

Closed-door meeting fails to yield superintendent
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/11/2006

Dave Ranney
Missing hearing officer creating headaches in teacher contract case
Lawrence Journal World, 02/11/2006

Chris Moon
Lawmaker hear charter school pluses, minuses
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/11/2006

John Milburn
Sebelius, leaders coy on details on school finance
Hutchinson News, 02/11/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Students fancy futures as architects, engineers
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/11/2006

Alan Hurlbut
It's time to extend public school year
Wichita Eagle, 02/11/2006

Kim Stanley
A step backward
Wichita Eagle, 02/11/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Charter school proposal goes to committee
Hutchinson News, 02/11/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Charter school bill pitched to committee
Salina Journal, 02/11/2006

Leaders coy on school finance discussions
Garden City Telegram, 02/11/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Charter school plan gets reviewed
Garden City Telegram, 02/11/2006

Eric Weslander and John Rinkenbaugh
Districts turning to foreign teachers
Lawrence Journal World, 02/12/2006

Sophia Maines
Motorcycles, mopeds more popular at KU
Lawrence Journal World, 02/12/2006

Julie Buzbee and Hal Lockard
K-State soars with Fossett's success
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/12/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Crowding in USD 501 examined
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/12/2006

Dave Stephens
USD 308 school board to fine-tune school building plans
Hutchinson News, 02/12/2006

Lori Dohrmann
Control schools locally
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/12/2006

Icess Fernandez
Local NAACP's priority: schools
Wichita Eagle, 02/12/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
School wish lists total $2 million
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/12/2006

Ralph Ostmeyer
Legislature wrong to meddle
Hays Daily News, 02/12/2006

Eber Phelps
Courts right to enforce law
Hays Daily News, 02/12/2006

John Milburn
Sebelius, leaders coy on details on school finance
Hays Daily News, 02/12/2006

Scott Rothschild
Immigrant tuition
Lawrence Journal World, 02/13/2006

Scott Rothschild
Board retreat
Lawrence Journal World, 02/13/2006

Christy Levings
Invest in schools
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/13/2006

Ann Marie Bush
Holy Name grade school revamps wellness program
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/13/2006

Book under challenge
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/13/2006

J-W Editorials
Considered approach [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 02/13/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Seaman to consider mandatory summer school
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/13/2006

Stan Finger
Parents iffy on Tasers at school
Wichita Eagle, 02/13/2006

John Hanna
School finance talks may take a turn for the worse
Junction City Daily Union, 02/13/2006

Teachers nominated for State awards
Emporia Gazette, 02/13/2006

John Hanna
How long will school finance discussions remain friendly?
Hutchinson News, 02/13/2006

John Hanna
How long will discussions over school finance remain friendly?
Dodge City Daily Globe, 02/13/2006

John Hanna
School finance fray on hold
Garden City Telegram, 02/13/2006

Scott Rothschild
From out of left field, curveballs
Lawrence Journal World, 02/14/2006

Scott Rothschild
Tax increase proposal floated for university maintenance
Lawrence Journal World, 02/14/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Defining its goals difficult for board
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/14/2006

Associated Press
House panel could get school funds plan soon
Wichita Eagle, 02/14/2006

Jeffrey Parson
Judge, defendant criticize juco scholarship limits
Wichita Eagle, 02/14/2006

Dave Ranney
School district to try trimesters
Lawrence Journal World, 02/14/2006

Randy Scholfield
Tasers officers, schools need clear policy
Wichita Eagle, 02/14/2006

Scott Rothschild
Science teachers pan new standards
Lawrence Journal World, 02/14/2006

Icess Fernandez
Brooks to board: It's too soon to advise on busing
Wichita Eagle, 02/14/2006

Eric Weslander
Meth found at Ottawa Middle School
Lawrence Journal World, 02/14/2006

Open to criticism--or not?
Hutchinson News, 02/14/2006

Carl Manning
House speaker: Panel might look at school finance plan next week
Hutchinson News, 02/14/2006

Associated Press
Second Barton County coach sentence in financial aid scandal
Hutchinson News, 02/14/2006

Speaker says panel may look at school finance plan next week
Dodge City Daily Globe, 02/14/2006

Carl Manning
Speaker says panel may look at school finance plan next week
Junction City Daily Union, 02/14/2006

Leah Fliter
Board to OK science resolution
Manhattan Mercury, 02/14/2006

Weighty view
Garden City Telegram, 02/14/2006

Independence Republican seeks BOE seat
Iola Register, 02/14/2006

Cherly Shepherd-Adams
Lowering standards not answer to teacher shortage in Kansas
Hays Daily News, 02/14/2006

Duane Johnson
Seaman board opts for mail-in bond vote
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/15/2006

Icess Fernandez
Middle school's move stumps board
Wichita Eagle, 02/15/2006

Icess Fernandez
High school reform aims to engage kids
Wichita Eagle, 02/15/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Share the pain there must be a way to shift students without spending $5 million for more classrooms [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/15/2006

Sophia Maines
KU picks Texas dean as provost
Lawrence Journal World, 02/15/2006

Sophia Maines
GTAs try to rally support for their goals
Lawrence Journal World, 02/15/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Topeka superintendent Bigger job beckoning
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/15/2006

Eric Weslander and Deanna Richards
D.A. sees security, truancy threats
Lawrence Journal World, 02/15/2006

Sophia Maines
Baker University names finalists for president
Lawrence Journal World, 02/15/2006

J-W Editorials
Sidetracked some state legislators seemed to be distracted by side issues and non-issues during Monday's discussion of higher education budgets [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 02/15/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
School slates hearing Oskaloosa board moves to replace superintendent
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/15/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 450 OKs construction
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/15/2006

Letters
Manhattan Mercury, 02/15/2006

Leah Fliter
Regents to approve Kansas State projects
Manhattan Mercury, 02/15/2006

Tom Bell
Fight back with your vote [editorial]
Salina Journal, 02/15/2006

Colleen Surridge
Galesburg waiting on recharter decision
Parsons Sun, 02/15/2006

Chris Green
Mother urges school bus seat belts
Hutchinson News, 02/15/2006

Jim Sullinger
Tuition repeal fails
Kansas City Star, 02/16/2006

Jim Sullinger
Immigrant tuition-break repeal fails
Wichita Eagle, 02/16/2006

Way to make State BOE follow Ohio's lead is to change board
Wichita Eagle, 02/16/2006

Amanda O'Toole
KU selects University of Texas dean as provost
Wichita Eagle, 02/16/2006

John Milburn
Committee blocks bill to repeal immigrant tuition law
Hutchinson News, 02/16/2006

Ric Anderson
K-State announcer resigns
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/16/2006

Capital-Journal
Still together
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/16/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Keeping up summer school can help some struggling students avoid having to repeat a grade [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/16/2006

Icess Fernandez
Jennifer Sinsel's teaching formula wins big award
Wichita Eagle, 02/16/2006

Matt McNabb
Presidents get report on work study
Hutchinson News, 02/16/2006

Scott Rothschild
House panel recommends income tax increase
Lawrence Journal World, 02/16/2006

Amanda O'Toole
WSU may discipline 6 students
Wichita Eagle, 02/16/2006

Ron Knox
Senior center sings praises of KU music therapy program
Lawrence Journal World, 02/16/2006

John Milburn
Committee blocks bill to repeal law on immigrant tuition
Lawrence Journal World, 02/16/2006

Sophia Maines
New provost says KU will suit him to a T
Lawrence Journal World, 02/16/2006

Chris Green
Bill would shift at-risk school funds
Hutchinson News, 02/16/2006

Scott Rothschild
Sebelius: State won't adopt school study
Lawrence Journal World, 02/16/2006

Steve Painter
Sebelius remarks hint at less urban-school money
Wichita Eagle, 02/16/2006

John R. LaPlante
Kansas needs more fragmentation, not consolidation
Dodge City Daily Globe, 02/16/2006

Chris Green
Proposed bill could hit area schools hard
Garden City Telegram, 02/16/2006

Elaine Bessier
Sci-deny science teachers reject teaching ID to students
Johnson County Sun, 02/16/2006

Steve Rose
The dog that did not bark
Johnson County Sun, 02/16/2006

Dave Toplikar
Branson not targeting school lunch periods
Lawrence Journal World, 02/17/2006

Chris Moon
Immigrant tuition vote typifies fragile Statehouse ties
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/17/2006

Sophia Maines
Student safety organization goes largely unused
Lawrence Journal World, 02/17/2006

Dave Ranney
Grants to help state's future in bioscience
Lawrence Journal World, 02/17/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Sawyer doesn't get job in Maryland
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/17/2006

Tim Carpenter
Education technology fair kids show skills
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/17/2006

Chris Green
Plan would scale down school administration
Hutchinson News, 02/17/2006

Kursten Phelps
Trustees maintain tuition, fees rates
Garden City Telegram, 02/17/2006

Chris Green
Bill would eliminate top school positions
Garden City Telegram, 02/17/2006

Brandy Nance
Bebauge to chair search
Emporia Gazette, 02/17/2006

Chris Moon
Immigrant tuition bill controversial
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 02/17/2006

Chris Green
Plain trims down administration
Hays Daily News, 02/17/2006

John Hanna
How long will discussions over school finance remain friendly?
Metro News, 02/17/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Washburn University women team effort
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/18/2006

Robert Bruce Scott
Teachers need more
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/18/2006

Associated Press
Jaywalk program struggling at KU
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/18/2006

What Huy asked Hemenway
Wichita Eagle, 02/18/2006

Associated Press
Jaywalk program struggles at KU
Hutchinson News, 02/18/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr.
Luminaries tout importance of written communication skills
Lawrence Journal World, 02/18/2006

George Diepenbrock
Area legislators weigh in on school funding study
Lawrence Journal World, 02/18/2006

J-W Editorials
Setting limits [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 02/18/2006

Kevin Flaherty
School finance issue near
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 02/18/2006

John R. LaPlante
Fragmentation, not consolidation
Olathe Daily News, 02/18/2006

Jessica Tims
No more time to waste [editorial]
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 02/18/2006

Rhonda Holman
Reality don't neglect urban schools' needs
Wichita Eagle, 02/19/2006

One superintendent wouldn't fit all districts
Wichita Eagle, 02/19/2006

Crowson's view
Wichita Eagle, 02/19/2006

Steve Painter
Plan finds $400 million for schools--or does it?
Wichita Eagle, 02/19/2006

Associated Press
Little use of KU escort program
Wichita Eagle, 02/19/2006

USD 308's three-tier proposal to upgrade schools
Hutchinson News, 02/19/2006

Dave Stephens
Hutch school board seeks public opinion
Hutchinson News, 02/19/2006

Broadcast news
Hutchinson News, 02/19/2006

Amy Conkling
Buhler officials want June special election
Hutchinson News, 02/19/2006

Chris Green
Hop aboard bioscience wagon
Hays Daily News, 02/19/2006

John Faber
Busy business continues in House
Hays Daily News, 02/19/2006

Janis Lee
Consolidation bill troubling
Hays Daily News, 02/19/2006

Tuition law also helps Kansas
Manhattan Mercury, 02/19/2006

Patrick Lowry
Trivial pursuit [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 02/19/2006

Brent D. Wistrom
Group defends sex ed in Kansas
Wichita Eagle, 02/20/2006

Kathy Cook
School boards
Kansas City Star, 02/20/2006

Icess Fernandez
USD 259 committee to finalize its wish list
Wichita Eagle, 02/20/2006

Janet Murgula
Kansas should proudly support immigrants' educational dreams
Lawrence Journal World, 02/20/2006

J-W Editorials
Designing policy [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 02/20/2006

Scott Rothschild
Schools divided on repair proposals
Lawrence Journal World, 02/20/2006

Sophia Maines
Charging e-mail users can slice spam, professor says
Lawrence Journal World, 02/20/2006

Scott Rochat
Seeking input North Lyon County district prepares for continued declining enrollment; group presents findings to community
Emporia Gazette, 02/20/2006

State should help all schools, not hurt small ones
Dodge City Daily Globe, 02/20/2006

The Captial-Journal
McFrazier honored
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/21/2006

Chris Moon
School finance at hand
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/21/2006

Tim Carpenter
Supreme court power school closings under fire
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/21/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Seaman to outline expansion plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/21/2006

Sophia Maines
KU profs support evolution skepticism
Lawrence Journal World, 02/21/2006

Sophia Maines
'Valuable cancer researcher to leave university
Lawrence Journal World, 02/21/2006

Amanda O'Toole
Athletics can rally enrollment
Wichita Eagle, 02/21/2006

Scott Rothschild
School finance bill expected this week
Lawrence Journal World, 02/21/2006

Brent D. Wistrom
Proposal limits court's options on school funds
Wichita Eagle, 02/21/2006

Chris Green
Lawmakers zero in on high court
Hutchinson News, 02/21/2006

A valuable law survives Edmonds adroitly killed bill ending tuition breaks
Hutchinson News, 02/21/2006

Chris Moon
School finance plans expected to be introduced in the next two weeks
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 02/21/2006

Associated Press
$500 million school plan to be outlined Thursday
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/22/2006

Tim Carpenter
Students, teachers push for sex education
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/22/2006

Brent D. Wistrom
Before panel, 11 endorse sex education bill
Wichita Eagle, 02/22/2006

Icess Fernandez
Panel ranks school priorities
Wichita Eagle, 02/22/2006

Duane Johnson
Seaman expansion debated
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/22/2006

Sophia Maines
Task force working to develop new classified research policy
Lawrence Journal World, 02/22/2006

J-W Editorials
Major KU loss [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 02/22/2006

Ron Knox
Museum director sues KU for firing
Lawrence Journal World, 02/22/2006

Dave Ranney
Educators take note of music programs
Lawrence Journal World, 02/22/2006

Scott Rothschild
Food safety at root of K-State institute
Lawrence Journal World, 02/22/2006

Michael Strand
Small schools want low-enrollment funds
Salina Journal, 02/22/2006

Scott Seirer
Bill aims at wrong targets [editorial]
Salina Journal, 02/22/2006

John Milburn
House will unveil ed finance proposal
Hutchinson News, 02/22/2006

State overpaid school districts for Medicaid services
Winfield Daily Courier, 02/22/2006

Kenneth Daniel
School study: Logic and bad logic
Olathe Daily News, 02/22/2006

John Milburn
House panel to unveil school finance bill Wednesday
Dodge City Daily Globe, 02/22/2006

Legislative bill broadens options for sex education instruction
Olathe Daily News, 02/22/2006

Michael Strand
Docking Institute studying rural school costs
Hays Daily News, 02/22/2006

Link gambling and schools? Not even the question in Kansas
Wichita Eagle, 02/23/2006

The Capital-Journal
Enrollment rises at WU
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/23/2006

Icess Fernandez
WSU cites recruiting in gains
Wichita Eagle, 02/23/2006

Dave Toplikar
Funding main hurdle for all-day kindergarten
Lawrence Journal World, 02/23/2006

John Milburn
School funding plan offers$500 million over 3 years
Lawrence Journal World, 02/23/2006

John Milburn
School funding plan unveiled
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/23/2006

Beccy Tanner
Tests of time contest, convention fill calendar
Wichita Eagle, 02/23/2006

Icess Fernandez
Program teaches net safety
Wichita Eagle, 02/23/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
District creates new program for students
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/23/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
School field day lucky kids
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/23/2006

Walt Chappell
State should change at-risk definition
Wichita Eagle, 02/23/2006

Sophia Maines
Spring enrollment steady KU medical center programs boost head count
Lawrence Journal World, 02/23/2006

Steve Painter
School funding target: $500 million
Wichita Eagle, 02/23/2006

Mary Clarkin
McPherson official to run for BOE seat
Hutchinson News, 02/23/2006

John Milburn
House proposes $500M school funding increase
Hutchinson News, 02/23/2006

Nick Sloan
Kline in KCK to promote internet safety program
Kansas City Kansan, 02/23/2006

Micah Mertes
Fort Hays sees enrollment drop
Hays Daily News, 02/23/2006

Kansas woman files for state BOE
Iola Register, 02/23/2006

Bob Sigman
Clueless in Topeka
Johnson County Sun, 02/23/2006

Roger Hrabe
Do we really want education reform?
Hays Daily News, 02/23/2006

Garance Burke
Committee to reconsider immigrant tuition bill
Lawrence Journal World, 02/24/2006

Comparing Steves
Lawrence Journal World, 02/24/2006

Dave Ranney
Haskell icon and longtime coach Scotty Harjo dies at 78
Lawrence Journal World, 02/24/2006

Who has the right formula for schools?
Wichita Eagle, 02/24/2006

Scott Rothschild
School funding plan no shoo-in
Lawrence Journal World, 02/24/2006

Associated Press
Official to challenge conservative on ed board
Lawrence Journal World, 02/24/2006

Associated Press
Conservative BOE member has a challenger
Wichita Eagle, 02/24/2006

Chris Moon
Schools could win big
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/24/2006

Steve Painter
House plan would phase in new funds for schools
Wichita Eagle, 02/24/2006

Jim Sullinger and Melodee Hall Blobaum
Kansas schools would get $500 million under plan
Kansas City Star, 02/24/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Area school districts praise House plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/24/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Growing their own
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/24/2006

Chris Moon
House revisits tuition issue
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/24/2006

Brad Cooper
KU Med defends study on PolyHeme
Kansas City Star, 02/24/2006

Scott Rothschild
Lawrence school district wouldn't see much change under proposal
Lawrence Journal World, 02/24/2006

Chris Green
Plan provides money for poverty
Hutchinson News, 02/24/2006

John Milburn
Senators assess possible impact of $500 million school package
Hutchinson News, 02/24/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Panel might revive bid to repeal tuition law
Hutchinson News, 02/24/2006

Michael Strand
Local educators weigh in on new plan
Salina Journal, 02/24/2006

Richard Smith
Science has long been at war with religion
Manhattan Mercury, 02/24/2006

Sarah St. John
School plan would benefit poor districts most
Olathe Daily News, 02/24/2006

Brandy Nance
Schallenkamp's legacy is teamwork
Emporia Gazette, 02/24/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Repeal reconsidered
Salina Journal, 02/24/2006

Carl Manning
Despite opposition, Senate passes sex education bill
Lawrence Journal World, 02/25/2006

Michael Hooper
New site lets school supply store grow
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/25/2006

Tony Sawyer
Goal is to help each student achieve
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/25/2006

David Klepper and Jim Sullinger
Mandatory sex-ed plan clears Senate
Kansas City Star, 02/25/2006

Carl Manning
Despite opposition, Senate passes sex education bill
Hutchinson News, 02/25/2006

The News Staff
Judge postpones Ryan Wolf's sentencing
Hutchinson News, 02/25/2006

Can you phase in constitutionality?
Wichita Eagle, 02/25/2006

David Klepper
Senate backs protecting sex ed in public schools
Wichita Eagle, 02/25/2006

Scott Rothschild
The curse of school finance
Lawrence Journal World, 02/25/2006

Sophia Maines
KU alum touts engineering's possibilities at annual expo
Lawrence Journal World, 02/25/2006

Chris Green
O'Neal: Ed plan shows promise
Hutchinson News, 02/25/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Getting close a plan for a three-year increase in education funding might just be what was needed
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/25/2006

Chris Green
O'Neal: Bill a good start to school talks
Garden City Telegram, 02/25/2006

Kenneth Daniel
School study consultant unscientific
Olathe Daily News, 02/25/2027

Associated Press
Teaching etiquette grows in popularity
Lawrence Journal World, 02/26/2006

Dr. Jerry Farley
Futures of Washburn, city tied to each other
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/26/2006

Associated Press
Course teachers 'please pass the'
Wichita Eagle, 02/26/2006

Tim Vandenack
School districts often prefer handling action quietly
Hutchinson News, 02/26/2006

Proposing two solutions
Hutchinson News, 02/26/2006

Amy Conkling
Foreign language classes popular at high schools because of value in work world
Hutchinson News, 02/26/2006

Phil Anderson
Clergy's views of evolution debate varied
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/26/2006

Mary Sheldon
Plan robs students
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/26/2006

J-W Staff Reports
Associate vice provost candidate to visit KU
Lawrence Journal World, 02/26/2006

J-W Editorials
Hard to please [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 02/26/2006

Tim Vandenack
Feds release Leoti report
Hutchinson News, 02/26/2006

Scott Rothschild
Immigrant tuition bill stays alive
Lawrence Journal World, 02/26/2006

George Diepenbrock
Academic all-stars urged to remember their values
Lawrence Journal World, 02/26/2006

Chris Moon
School support slipping
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/26/2006

David Klepper
Metro watch schooled
Kansas City Star, 02/26/2006

Carl Manning
Senate passes sex ed bill
Junction City Daily Union, 02/26/2006

John D. Montgomery
Ag vs. community [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 02/26/2006

Virginia Beamer
School finance on deck
Hays Daily News, 02/26/2006

Eber Phelps
Schools could gain under plan
Hays Daily News, 02/26/2006

Mike Belt
Education can help bridge cultural divides
Lawrence Journal World, 02/27/2006

Tara Schupner
Number of law school applicants on the decline
Lawrence Journal World, 02/27/2006

Scott Rothschild
Teacher survey
Lawrence Journal World, 02/27/2006

Associated Press
Report: District erred when principal's pinch reported
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/27/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Kansas State radio host apologizes for comments
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/27/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Best in the buzz
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/27/2006

Sophia Maines
$100 in change sought
Lawrence Journal World, 02/27/2006

Mark Fagan
Jayhawk bookstore awaits market for high-tech texts
Lawrence Journal World, 02/27/2006

Amy Conkling
State assessment tests don't win popularity award with students
Hutchinson News, 02/27/2006

Associated Press
Inquiry: district too lenient on official in alleged pinching incident
Lawrence Journal World, 02/27/2006

Amy Conkling
Area teachers gear up for annual state math, reading assessment tests
Hutchinson News, 02/27/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Way to grow!
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/27/2006

John Milburn
House plan is not like your father's school finance bill
Hutchinson News, 02/27/2006

Kurt Caywood
KU fee increase, donation don't jibe
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/27/2006

Associated Press
Inquiry: district took harassment case lightly
Wichita Eagle, 02/27/2006

Chris Walker
President search on track
Emporia Gazette, 02/27/2006

Leah Fliter
Reitz: strike down finance plan
Manhattan Mercury, 02/27/2006

John Milburn
School finance plans begin
Junction City Daily Union, 02/27/2006

Tom Bell
Good! Candidates lining up [editorial]
Salina Journal, 02/27/2006

Mara Rose Williams
Move to reduce fees draws differing reactions at KU
Kansas City Star, 02/28/2006

Driver asks Hawkins to cover car repairs
Lawrence Journal World, 02/28/2006

Rhonda Holman
Serious house schools plan is a good start
Wichita Eagle, 02/28/2006

Rick Plumlee
Kansas appeals NCAA academic report
Wichita Eagle, 02/28/2006

Oskaloosa school district
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/28/2006

Nancy R. Clark
Mini Marines bad idea
Hutchinson News, 02/28/2006

George E. Rickel
Ready to teach
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/28/2006

Dave Ranney
Sports study clears funding hurdle
Lawrence Journal World, 02/28/2006

Associated Press
BCCC coach's sentencing reschedule
Hutchinson News, 02/28/2006

John Milburn
House plan helps big, small districts
Hutchinson News, 02/28/2006

Kirk Seminoff
WSU boasts a bigger fan shop
Wichita Eagle, 02/28/2006

Plan aids districts more
Garden City Telegram, 02/28/2006

John Milburn
House plan helps big and small school districts
Junction City Daily Union, 02/28/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Council studies how to assist struggling students
Garden City Telegram, 02/28/2006

Patrick S. Kelley
Quiet republican rebellion [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 02/28/2006

John Milburn
Plan could help both big, little schools
Salina Journal, 02/28/2006

Rhonda Holman
Smart immigrant tuition law paying off
Wichita Eagle, 03/01/2006

Icess Fernandez
Newman settles bias lawsuit
Wichita Eagle, 03/01/2006

Sophia Maines
Nutritional data about KU meals to go online
Lawrence Journal World, 03/01/2006

Scott Rothschild
Cancer center legislation perplexes KU
Lawrence Journal World, 03/01/2006

Tim Carpenter
Groups push all-day kindergarten
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/01/2006

Scott Rothschild
Resolution touts academic freedom
Lawrence Journal World, 03/01/2006

Don't cut them off
Kansas City Star, 03/01/2006

Offering needed lessons
Kansas City Star, 03/01/2006

Ron Knox
Concerns are voiced on test-score gap
Lawrence Journal World, 03/01/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Assessments are all new
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/01/2006

Associated Press
Man accused of killing KSU student will face trial this summer
Hutchinson News, 03/01/2006

A primary challenger
Hutchinson News, 03/01/2006

Chris Green
Universities search for maintenance fixes
Hutchinson News, 03/01/2006

Matt McNabb
Conference's bylaws outline how work study is doled out to students
Hutchinson News, 03/01/2006

Dave Stephens
Scholars of merit
Hutchinson News, 03/01/2006

Matt McNabb
Work-study participants made at least $420,000
Hutchinson News, 03/01/2006

Finding funds [editorial]
Garden City Telegram, 03/01/2006

Christopher White Walker
The searchers
Emporia Gazette, 03/01/2006

Colleen Surridge
Wichita State university study achievement gap
Parsons Sun, 03/01/2006

James Jordan
Ark City near top in late school funding plan
Winfield Daily Courier, 03/01/2006

Cooperation good for Kansas students
Chanute Tribune, 03/01/2006

Dave Seaton
School finance: not how much, but how?
Winfield Daily Courier, 03/01/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Advocates push all-day kindergarten
Hays Daily News, 03/01/2006

Chris Green
State's universities searching for maintenance fixes
Hays Daily News, 03/01/2006

Chris Green
Colleges look for repair funding
Parsons Sun, 03/01/2006

Colleen Surridge
Douglass school oral history collected
Parsons Sun, 03/01/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Debate heats up over repeal of immigrant tuition law
Hutchinson News, 03/02/2006

Courtney McManus
Teaching required
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/02/2006

John Hanna
Sebelius touts progress on school finance plan
Lawrence Journal World, 03/02/2006

J-W Editorials
Wrong direction [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 03/02/2006

David Broder
Politicos finally learning about getting along
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/02/2006

The Capital-Journal
Education to dominate Hispanic Day at Statehouse
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/02/2006

John Hanna
Senate prepares to unveil schools plan
Hutchinson News, 03/02/2006

Professor calls school funding plan inadequate
Wichita Eagle, 03/02/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501: Road tab isn't fair
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/02/2006

Eagle Staff
House to vote on in-state tuition repeal
Wichita Eagle, 03/02/2006

Tim Carpenter
Immigrant tuition break in peril
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/02/2006

Jeffrey Parson
Need excuse to catch WSU?
Wichita Eagle, 03/02/2006

Scott Rothschild
Immigrant tuition law under attack
Lawrence Journal World, 03/02/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Seaman OKs bond vote language
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/02/2006

Ron Knox
KU: Firing proper because director served at pleasure of administrator
Lawrence Journal World, 03/02/2006

Aid plan needs help
Kansas City Star, 03/02/2006

Jim Sullinger
School fund plan expert says
Kansas City Star, 03/02/2006

Bob Sigman
We got shortchanged
Johnson County Sun, 03/02/2006

Elaine Bessier
Moderates arise, seek state school board seats
Johnson County Sun, 03/02/2006

John Hanna
Senate prepares to unveil schools plan
Dodge City Daily Globe, 03/02/2006

Elaine Bessier
Kansas graduates exceed nation's average in reading
Johnson County Sun, 03/02/2006

Arley Hoskin
Sebelius OK with survey
Johnson County Sun, 03/02/2006

Garance Burke
House panel reconsiders repeal of immigrant tuition law
Dodge City Daily Globe, 03/02/2006

John D. Montgomery
All-day kindergarten [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 03/02/2006

Emporia State University to offer new master's degree
Emporia Gazette, 03/02/2006

J-W Editorials
One of a kind [editorials]
Lawrence Journal World, 03/03/2006

Senator optimistic about school finance
Lawrence Journal World, 03/03/2006

John Milburn
Senators propose $660M school plan
Lawrence Journal World, 03/03/2006

Mary Cohen
NCLB working
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/03/2006

Deanna Richards
School construction off to good, noisy start
Lawrence Journal World, 03/03/2006

Sophia Maines
KU leaders envision research megacomplex
Lawrence Journal World, 03/03/2006

Immigrant tuition repeal punishes the innocent
Wichita Eagle, 03/03/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
College Hill wins OK of USD 501
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/03/2006

Ric Anderson
Plan would make districts chip in: Senate proposal would add $660 million to school funding over three years
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/03/2006

Rhonda Holman
Progress school plans inspire cautious optimism
Wichita Eagle, 03/03/2006

Jim Sullinger
Senate tries school finance
Kansas City Star, 03/03/2006

Thad Allton
Celebrating Dr. Seuss
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/03/2006

On our way
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/03/2006

Ric Anderson
Parts of proposal debated
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/03/2006

Jim Sullinger and David Klepper
Senate offers schools plan
Wichita Eagle, 03/03/2006

Eric Weslander
School discovers drugs on student
Hutchinson News, 03/03/2006

John Milburn
Senate unveils $660M education finance plan
Hutchinson News, 03/03/2006

Chris Green
Kansas conservatives knock school funding proposals
Hutchinson News, 03/03/2006

Report a healthy first step
Hutchinson News, 03/03/2006

Associated Press
School finance brings grumbling
Emporia Gazette, 03/03/2006

Ann Charles
Don't deny tuition
Parsons Sun, 03/03/2006

James Jordan
Local group will rally in Topeka
Winfield Daily Courier, 03/03/2006

School plans finding trouble
Iola Register, 03/03/2006

Ann Charles
Don't deny dream
Chanute Tribune, 03/03/2006

Emerson Lynn, Jr.
Anti-education bill aimed at illegals would damage state
Iola Register, 03/03/2006

Chris Green
Conservatives tee off on school funding plan
Chanute Tribune, 03/03/2006

Rebecca Aistrup Gerber
Senate, House propose school finance plans
Dodge City Daily Globe, 03/03/2006

J-W Staff Reports
Committee to find new ESU leader
Lawrence Journal World, 03/04/2006

Chris Moon
GOP conservatives balking at school finance plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/04/2006

Chris Moon
Tuition opponents unfazed
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/04/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
School official set to resign
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/04/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr.
Money-driven sports resort to blackmail, bullying tactics
Lawrence Journal World, 03/04/2006

John Hanna
School funding plans crash into budget reality
Lawrence Journal World, 03/04/2006

Sophia Maines
Research spending at KU reaches new high
Lawrence Journal World, 03/04/2006

Chris Moon
Legislators stop playing nice
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/04/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Hispanics discuss potential to influence state elections
Garden City Telegram, 03/04/2006

Peter Euler
Youth leadership program growing
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/04/2006

Chris Moon
Hutchins intent on repealing tuition law
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/04/2006

Scott Rochat
Regents choose search committee
Emporia Gazette, 03/04/2006

Hal Smith
What people say
Emporia Gazette, 03/04/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Doctor is at head of district class
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/05/2006

Chris Moon
Voice for the ages
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/05/2006

Jim Bloom
Backing Buhler USD 313 initiative
Hutchinson News, 03/05/2006

Rhonda Holman
Learning Ed commissioner making good effort
Wichita Eagle, 03/05/2006

Corkins reaching for common ground
Wichita Eagle, 03/05/2006

Alan L. Rupe and John S. Robb
School funding plans aren't constitutional
Wichita Eagle, 03/05/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Study says scholastic gains can be fleeting
Kansas City Star, 03/05/2006

Lindsey Geisler
Some good eggs tackle force of gravity
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/05/2006

Peter Euler
All-day kindergarten becoming a hot topic
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/05/2006

Scott Rothschild
School finance priorities
Lawrence Journal World, 03/06/2006

Scott Rothschild
Immigrant tuition tightrope
Lawrence Journal World, 03/06/2006

Associated Press
GlobalFlyer has yet to boosted Salina economy
Hutchinson News, 03/06/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Being tested [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/06/2006

Sophia Maines
Hiring both candidate, spouse not uncommon
Lawrence Journal World, 03/06/2006

Joe Robertson
Thousands not getting free tutoring program
Kansas City Star, 03/06/2006

Ed O'Malley
As I see it school aid legislation falls short
Kansas City Star, 03/06/2006

On K-12 funding, lawmakers shouldn't turn back now
Wichita Eagle, 03/07/2006

The Capital-Journal
County OKs Seaman ballot
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/07/2006

John Milburn
Budget concerns slow progress on proposed school finance plans
Lawrence Journal World, 03/07/2006

Mary Sanchez
Seeing through grandstanding lawmakers
Kansas City Star, 03/07/2006

Topeka court refuses to hear suit over statue's display
Lawrence Journal World, 03/07/2006

Tim Carpenter
U.S. noncitizen tax rejected
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/07/2006

Lindsey Geisler
Auburn-Washburn examines mill levy
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/07/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Supreme court won't hear Washburn statue case
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/07/2006

Amanda O'Toole
Tutor plan adds up to better test scores
Wichita Eagle, 03/07/2006

Student lobbying
Kansas City Star, 03/07/2006

Sophia Maines
Ceremony formally dedicates west campus research facility
Lawrence Journal World, 03/07/2006

Scott Rothschild
State board to reconsider sex education policy
Lawrence Journal World, 03/07/2006

Chris Moon
House plan gains critics
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/07/2006

John Milburn
Budget concerns slow progress on school finance legislation
Hutchinson News, 03/07/2006

Free speech on campus
Hutchinson News, 03/07/2006

Dave Stephens
Hutch Quest center proposes charter business school
Hutchinson News, 03/07/2006

Chris Moon
Criticism of school funding plan continues
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/07/2006

John D. Montgomery
School finance [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 03/07/2006

Martin Hawver
Funding 299 school districts
Junction City Daily Union, 03/07/2006

J-W Staff Reports
University ranks 12th for scholar enrollment
Lawrence Journal World, 03/08/2006

Scott Rothschild
Immigrant tuition law survives challenge
Lawrence Journal World, 03/08/2006

Jim Sullinger
House kills immigrant tuition repeal bill
Kansas City Star, 03/08/2006

Tim Carpenter
Tuition law repeal flunk
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/08/2006

Brent D. Wistrom
Immigrant lawmakers face off over bill
Wichita Eagle, 03/08/2006

John Hanna
House preserves immigrant tuition law
Hutchinson News, 03/08/2006

Sophia Maines
KU economics professor nurtures golden legacy
Lawrence Journal World, 03/08/2006

Tim Carpenter
Senate split on funding plans
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/08/2006

Four north-central Kansas school districts join together
Hays Daily News, 03/08/2006

School board should address communication [editorial]
Olathe Daily News, 03/08/2006

Leah Fliter
Ed. commish touts choice, vouchers
Manhattan Mercury, 03/08/2006

Michael Strand
Educators have own standards
Salina Journal, 03/08/2006

Dave Ranney
American Indian professors to gather at Haskell
Lawrence Journal World, 03/09/2006

Tuition law worth defending
Wichita Eagle, 03/09/2006

Lindsey Geisler
USD 372 moves on all-day kindergarten
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/09/2006

Jan Biles
Baker University names its first female president
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/09/2006

Leonard Ortiz
A positive tuition turnaround
Lawrence Journal World, 03/09/2006

Joel Mathis
Baker names 1st woman president
Lawrence Journal World, 03/09/2006

Dave Ranney
Haskell looking for endowment leader
Lawrence Journal World, 03/09/2006

Scott Rothschild
Graduate students show off research
Lawrence Journal World, 03/09/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Sorta leaving Browning has set a high standard for volunteering in Topeka USD 501 schools [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/09/2006

Dave Skretta
Fossett to return to Kansas for next quest
Wichita Eagle, 03/09/2013

Mike Belt
Show to reveal if KU intern is millionaire
Lawrence Journal World, 03/09/2006

Icess Fernandez
West High briefly seizes petitions
Wichita Eagle, 03/09/2006

Dave Skretta
Fossett takes aim at another aviation record
Hutchinson News, 03/09/2006

News Staff
BCCC narrows presidential candidate field to three
Hutchinson News, 03/09/2006

Chris Green
Consolidation pain reliever bill advances in the House
Hutchinson News, 03/09/2006

Opt-out is OK for sex education [editorial]
Winfield Daily Courier, 03/09/2006

Michael Strand
Committee: what are we doing here?
Salina Journal, 03/09/2006

Fair chance [editorial]
Garden City Telegram, 03/09/2006

Arley Hoskin
Districts asking for more control
Johnson County Sun, 03/09/2006

Colleen Surridge
LCC tuition won't increase
Parsons Sun, 03/09/2006

John Milburn
New report examines school districts performance
Lawrence Journal World, 03/10/2006

Associated Press
House panel OKs school consolidation measure
Wichita Eagle, 03/10/2006

Scott Rothschild
Landlords challenge students on leases
Lawrence Journal World, 03/10/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Board member resigning but will stay active at school
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/10/2006

Tim Bisel
K-State fires Wooldridge
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/10/2006

Jim Sullinger
17 districts use dollars effectively, study says Olathe schools allocate wisely
Kansas City Star, 03/10/2006

John Milburn
Report lists 17 efficient districts
Wichita Eagle, 03/10/2006

Randy Scholfield
Agreed make all-day kindergarten a priority
Wichita Eagle, 03/10/2006

Ric Anderson
Bill would limit landlords
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/10/2006

Mary Sanchez
Anti-immigration bills are fool's gold
Wichita Eagle, 03/10/2006

Martin Hawver
At the rail
Metro News, 03/10/2006

John Hanna
Close House vote preserves immigrant tuition law for now
Metro News, 03/10/2006

John Milburn
Report might help in shaping ed finance plan
Hutchinson News, 03/10/2006

Tom Bell
Follow lead set by Manhattan [editorial]
Salina Journal, 03/10/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Advocates push all-day kindergarten
Hutchinson News, 03/11/2006

John Hanna
Senator still wants 3-year schools plan
Lawrence Journal World, 03/11/2006

Matt McNabb
BCCC director, former coach hit with new charges
Hutchinson News, 03/11/2006

Associated Press
Morris remains committed to three-year schools plan
Hutchinson News, 03/11/2006

Sophia Maines
Kansas University, Kutztown close to agreement on 'KU' ownership
Lawrence Journal World, 03/11/2006

Scott Rothschild
Corkins questions KU test center
Lawrence Journal World, 03/11/2006

Dave Ranney
Schwegler, free state instructors enjoy job's collaborative nature
Lawrence Journal World, 03/11/2006

Terry Rombeck
Professing their faith
Lawrence Journal World, 03/11/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Equal time allowing military recruiters at colleges accepting federal money is good logic
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/12/2006

Chuck Roach
Easy road hurts immigrants
Wichita Eagle, 03/12/2006

Karl Peterjohn
Economy, taxpayers lose in school lawsuits
Wichita Eagle, 03/12/2006

Gene Meyer
A degree of difficulty
Kansas City Star, 03/12/2006

Offering an education
Hutchinson News, 03/12/2006

Mark McCormick
Respect for teachers on the decline
Wichita Eagle, 03/12/2006

Patrick E. Lowry
Fuzzy math
Hays Daily News, 03/12/2006

Kendall D. Ricker
Ask Kansas at the bottom where spending should be cut [editorial]
Manhattan Mercury, 03/12/2006

Michael Strand
Assessment tests: art or science?
Salina Journal, 03/12/2006

Chris Green and Sarah Kessinger
Obama appeals to young Democrats
Salina Journal, 03/12/2006

John Hanna
Proposals on property taxes muddy ed funding debate
Hutchinson News, 03/13/2006

Vernon Maelzer
Don't penalize students
Hutchinson News, 03/13/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
New kind of shortage
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/13/2006

John Milburn
Strong winds shred KU, KC
Wichita Eagle, 03/13/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Event acquaints students with various cultures, arts
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/13/2006

Scott Bershof
Local reps gear up for more debate
Garden City Telegram, 03/13/2006

Dave Ranney
Lawrence school districts board considers spending requests
Lawrence Journal World, 03/14/2006

Tim Carpenter
Governor, ex-coach tout outline coalition
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/14/2006

Ric Anderson
Lawrence regroups
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/14/2006

Dave Ranney
School budget process textbook case of inefficiency
Lawrence Journal World, 03/14/2006

Mike Sherry
Missouri might raise stakes of high school exam
Kansas City Star, 03/14/2006

Sophia Maines
Damage at KU about $6M
Lawrence Journal World, 03/14/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Seaman keeps book on evolution
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/14/2006

Chris Moon
School finance plan goes on
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/14/2006

Matt McNabb
Officials meet, discuss athlete compensation rules
Hutchinson News, 03/14/2006

Amy Conkling
USD 313 to buy, use powerschool
Hutchinson News, 03/14/2006

Chris Green
School plans being readied for floor tests
Hutchinson News, 03/14/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
School board discusses students' health issues, drug dogs--but not petition
Hays Daily News, 03/14/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
BOE candidate ready to listen
Hays Daily News, 03/14/2006

Tim Carpenter
Amendment would limit court
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/15/2006

Conservative won't run
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/15/2006

School finance battle--just getting warmed up?
Wichita Eagle, 03/15/2006

College basketball big business [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/15/2006

Jeffrey Parson
After 60 years, 'voice' of Jayhawk facing last game
Wichita Eagle, 03/15/2006

Alan L. Rupe and John S. Robb
Job on schools clear
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/15/2006

David Klepper
State board of ed revisits permission slips for sex education
Wichita Eagle, 03/15/2006

Library dean candidate meets with KU faculty
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/15/2006

Scott Rothschild
KU cancer center director says bill would stymie effort
Lawrence Journal World, 03/15/2006

Dave Ranney
School board is all for all-day kindergarten
Lawrence Journal World, 03/15/2006

Scott Rothschild
Rival science standards emerge in evolution debate
Lawrence Journal World, 03/15/2006

Sophia Maines
KU leaders see benefits in choosing own insurance
Lawrence Journal World, 03/15/2006

Carl Manning
House to debate constitutional change to rein in Supreme Court
Hutchinson News, 03/15/2006

Scott Rochat
Special Ed Co-op receives $1,000 award
Emporia Gazette, 03/15/2006

Brandy Nance
Regents select search firm
Emporia Gazette, 03/15/2006

Alan Hoskins
KCKCC appoints its first-ever provost
Kansas City Kansan, 03/15/2006

Governor Kathleen Sebelius
Mentoring can change lives
Chanute Tribune, 03/15/2006

John Hanna
Board to consider abstinence ed
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/16/2006

Associated Press
School finance plan expected today
Lawrence Journal World, 03/16/2006

Tim Carpenter
Conservative challenges Senate to affirm academic freedoms
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/16/2006

Jan Biles
ABWA to recognize lawyer who has given children a voice Verdict: Honorable career
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/16/2006

J-W Editorials
Overstepping [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 03/16/2006

Chris Moon
Busing cost cuts tabled
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/16/2006

Ric Anderson
Tourney pool party tipping off
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/16/2006

David Klepper
Alleged academic bias spurs proposal
Kansas City Star, 03/16/2006

David Klepper and Melodee Hall Blobaum
Kansas approves 'opt-in' sex ed
Kansas City Star, 03/16/2006

Steve Painter
Panel tries to reduce federal mandate costs
Wichita Eagle, 03/16/2006

Scott Rothschild
Board OKs opt-in for sex ed
Lawrence Journal World, 03/16/2006

David Klepper and Melodee Hall Blobaum
Parents must opt in for sex ed
Wichita Eagle, 03/16/2006

Sophia Maines
Activist blasts KU women's studies program
Lawrence Journal World, 03/16/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Senate endorses after-school programs
Hutchinson News, 03/16/2006

John Milburn
School finance package from the House is expected today
Hutchinson News, 03/16/2006

John Hanna
State board rewrites sex ed rule
Hutchinson News, 03/16/2006

Chris Green
Man pushes 'academic bill of rights'
Hutchinson News, 03/16/2006

Tim Vandenack
Dual-language programs prepare students for a diverse world
Hutchinson News, 03/16/2006

Sarah St. John
Parents must approve sex ed
Olathe Daily News, 03/16/2006

Bob Sigman
Unfair plan under attack
Johnson County Sun, 03/16/2006

Elaine Bessier
Tax abatements unfair to college, man states
Johnson County Sun, 03/16/2006

Elaine Bessier
State education leaders give OK to opt-in sex ed
Johnson County Sun, 03/16/2006

Emerson Lynn, Jr.
BOE takes Kansas far to the right with sex ed restriction [editorial]
Iola Register, 03/16/2006

Chris Moon
House panel OKs finance changes
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/17/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Oskaloosa audit scathing
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/17/2006

Icess Fernandez
City, school district, diocese may swap properties
Wichita Eagle, 03/17/2006

Board conservatives to schools: local control, schmocal control
Wichita Eagle, 03/17/2006

Associated Press
Steve Fossett
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/17/2006

Jim Sullinger and Melodee Hall Blobaum
Lawmakers back revised formula for 'at-risk' pupils
Kansas City Star, 03/17/2006

Crowson's view
Wichita Eagle, 03/17/2006

Ric Anderson
Bush's visit adds up for KSU
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/17/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 discusses school crowding
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/17/2006

John Richard Schrock
Does sex-ed policy include biology?
Wichita Eagle, 03/17/2006

Benita Y. Williams
KU updates damages from weekend storm
Kansas City Star, 03/17/2006

John Milburn
House expects 1-year school finance plan
Lawrence Journal World, 03/17/2006

Sophia Maines
KU says repair backlog made damage worse
Lawrence Journal World, 03/17/2006

Sophia Maines
Series to focus on science standards
Lawrence Journal World, 03/17/2006

John Hanna
House backs KU cancer center
Lawrence Journal World, 03/17/2006

Policy hinders education [editorial]
Olathe Daily News, 03/17/2006

Paula Wasley
Justices let stand rulings on campus sculpture offensive to some catholics
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 03/17/2006

John D. Montgomery
More paranoia [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 03/17/2006

Leah Fliter
Mentoring cash killed
Manhattan Mercury, 03/17/2006

KBOE gets further afield [editorial]
Manhattan Mercury, 03/17/2006

Steve Fry
WU to hire Greek Village architect
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/18/2006

Don't shut off college [editorial]
Kansas City Star, 03/18/2006

Scott Rothschild
State education official leaving for position in Washington, D. C.
Lawrence Journal World, 03/18/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr.
KU should use valuable Endowment land wisely, sparingly
Lawrence Journal World, 03/18/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Reality pushing school mergers
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/18/2006

Jim Sullinger
Panel approves definition, then changes its mind
Kansas City Star, 03/18/2006

News Staff
Former Colombian president to speak at Sterling College
Hutchinson News, 03/18/2006

Associated Press
Cost to bring Bush to K-State: $65K
Lawrence Journal World, 03/18/2006

Sophia Maines
Lawrence sex-ed policy likely to stay as opt-out
Lawrence Journal World, 03/18/2006

Amy Conkling
Taking charge Newton woman honored as state's Outstanding Adult Learner for 2006
Hutchinson News, 03/18/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Kansas education official to move on
Kansas City Star, 03/18/2006

Patrick S. Kelley
No sex, please [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 03/18/2019

John R. LaPlante
Does competition work in education?
Olathe Daily News, 03/18/2020

Micah Mertes
FHSU faculty senate rejects science standards
Hays Daily News, 03/19/2006

Mark Schremmer
Don't make us say we told you so [editorial]
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/19/2006

Jim Morrison
Decision on school finance not expected until after first adjournment
Hays Daily News, 03/19/2006

Dan Johnson
This should come as no surprise: School finance is yet to be decided
Hays Daily News, 03/19/2006

Promoting ignorance [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 03/19/2006

Matt McNabb
Wempe files for ed board
Hutchinson News, 03/19/2006

Deb Gruver
Former regent will run for State Board of Ed
Wichita Eagle, 03/19/2006

Icess Fernandez
Pre-IB among ideas for new magnet
Wichita Eagle, 03/19/2006

Associated Press
Kansas education official accepts federal position
Wichita Eagle, 03/19/2006

Tom Bell
More meddling by board [editorial]
Salina Journal, 03/20/2006

Micah Mertes
FHSU rejects standards
Salina Journal, 03/20/2006

Ann Marie Bush
Adventure is found from mailroom to classroom
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/20/2006

Jessica Tims
All-day kindergarten is the way to go
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/21/2006

Chris Green
Bill would create math and science academy
Garden City Telegram, 03/21/2006

Bob Johnson
Way to increase ed funding easy; just say 'yes'
Iola Register, 03/21/2006

John Milburn
Sebelius calls on lawmakers to get busy with school finance work
Dodge City Daily Globe, 03/21/2006

Ann Marie Bush
K-State offers online link to food
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/21/2006

Brent D. Wistrom and David Klepper
Sebelius to lawmakers: Pass a school-funding bill
Wichita Eagle, 03/21/2006

Mara Rose Williams
KU grad students become mentors
Kansas City Star, 03/21/2006

Crowson's View
Wichita Eagle, 03/21/2006

Chris Moon
Governor prods Legislature
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/21/2006

Phyllis Jacobs Griekspoor
Tech campus to seek $36 million in bonds
Wichita Eagle, 03/21/2006

Jim Sullinger
Math, science academy to get final vote today
Kansas City Star, 03/21/2006

Carl Manning
Lawmakers won't give up on repealing immigrant tuition bill
Lawrence Journal World, 03/21/2006

Eagle Staff
Aviation subcommittee to hold hearing at WSU
Wichita Eagle, 03/21/2006

Jim Sullinger and David Klepper
School showdown looms
Kansas City Star, 03/21/2006

Jim Sullinger
House backs math, science academy
Wichita Eagle, 03/21/2006

Bob and Pat Bass
Willard's stand is brave
Hutchinson News, 03/21/2006

Chris Green
Bill would create math and science academy
Hutchinson News, 03/21/2006

Dave Ranney
High school declines to publish report of choking game victim from Lawrence
Lawrence Journal World, 03/21/2006

J-W Staff Reports
Math, science academy plan gets House OK
Lawrence Journal World, 03/22/2006

Get off the immigrant tuition repeal already
Wichita Eagle, 03/22/2006

Rhonda Holman
Lead Governor should offer a schools plan
Wichita Eagle, 03/22/2006

John Milburn
House advances amendment on court limits
Lawrence Journal World, 03/22/2006

Justin Pope
Report finds public colleges educating more students with less money
Leavenworth Times, 03/22/2006

Brandy Nance
Immigrant tuition bill one man's story
Emporia Gazette, 03/22/2006

J-W Editorials
Legislative focus [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 03/22/2006

University facilities problems aren't going anywhere
Wichita Eagle, 03/22/2006

Posny's departure a real loss
Wichita Eagle, 03/22/2006

Crowson's view
Wichita Eagle, 03/22/2006

Scott Rothschild
Regents' maintenance plan gets cool reception
Lawrence Journal World, 03/22/2006

Paul Suellentrop
Surprise! WSU makes SI cover
Wichita Eagle, 03/22/2006

Sophia Maines
Tower at KU on way down
Lawrence Journal World, 03/22/2006

Dave Ranney and Scott Rothschild
Politics at work in budget plight
Lawrence Journal World, 03/22/2006

Lawmakers release ed funding plan
Iola Register, 03/23/2006

JoCo seeks key funding role [editorial]
Johnson County Sun, 03/23/2006

Elaine Bessier
Another key employee quits KS Department of Education
Johnson County Sun, 03/23/2006

Crowson's view
Wichita Eagle, 03/23/2006

Dave Ranney
Ex-official helps erect anti-evolution billboard
Lawrence Journal World, 03/23/2006

Activist lawmakers the main cause of school finance woes
Wichita Eagle, 03/23/2006

Sophia Maines
College grads face hot job market
Lawrence Journal World, 03/23/2006

John Milburn
House leaders pessimistic about school finance
Lawrence Journal World, 03/23/2006

John Milburn
School finance bill a longshot
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/23/2006

Jim Sullinger and Melodee Hall Blobaum
School spending bill to be debated
Kansas City Star, 03/23/2006

John Milburn
Key deadline nears for school finance
Hutchinson News, 03/23/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
As school finance evolves, funds fade for USD 501
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/23/2006

Tim Carpenter
Bill intended to raise energy production
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/23/2006

Eagle Staff and News Services
All bets off for school funding bill
Wichita Eagle, 03/23/2006

Diane Carroll
Boy pleads guilty in poisoning threat case
Kansas City Star, 03/23/2006

Chris Green
USD 457 wouldn't benefit under plan
Garden City Telegram, 03/24/2006

Colleen Surridge
Regents chief speaks
Parsons Sun, 03/24/2006

Coalition pushes own schools bill
Emporia Gazette, 03/24/2006

Tom Bell
Childish antics troubling [editorial]
Salina Journal, 03/24/2006

Associated Press
College board faces criticism
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/24/2006

Steve Painter
House begins school fund debate
Wichita Eagle, 03/24/2006

Sophia Maines
Friendly environs
Lawrence Journal World, 03/24/2006

Rhonda Holman
Go, Shocks! WSU looks great in Sweet 16 spotlight
Wichita Eagle, 03/24/2006

Jim Sullinger
$610 million plan finds backers
Kansas City Star, 03/24/2006

Associated Press
Student pleads guilty in tainted drink case
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/24/2006

Chris Moon
House agrees to hike funding
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/24/2006

Associated Press
House to debate school finance with coalition plan in works
Hutchinson News, 03/24/2006

Sophia Maines
State support for higher education at low point
Lawrence Journal World, 03/24/2006

John Milburn
House begins school finance debate
Lawrence Journal World, 03/24/2006

Icess Fernandez
North student Tasered at school
Wichita Eagle, 03/24/2006

Kevin Haskin
Fans embrace K-State's new hire
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/24/2006

Mark McCormick
When schools use Tasers, we need to know
Wichita Eagle, 03/24/2006

Kursten Phelps
Garden City Community College reaches beyond its doors to region
Garden City Telegram, 03/25/2006

Rebecca Airstrup Gerber
Staffing a new school
Dodge City Daily Globe, 03/25/2006

Heather Hollingsworth
State seeks to boot virtual charter
Salina Journal, 03/25/2006

Rachael Bossow
House approves education funding
Leavenworth Times, 03/25/2006

The details
Winfield Daily Courier, 03/25/2006

Associated Press
Computer crawl raises online test concern
Garden City Telegram, 03/25/2006

Associated Press
State wants school closed
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/25/2006

Steve Painter and Jim Sullinger
House OKs 3-year school funding plan
Wichita Eagle, 03/25/2006

Heather Hollingsworth
Computer hiccup during test taking causes concern
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/25/2006

Chris Moon
School plan passes; budget deficit feared
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/25/2006

Scott Rothschild
Votes change before they're recorded
Lawrence Journal World, 03/25/2006

Heather Hollingsworth
Computer slowdown causes testing concern
Lawrence Journal World, 03/25/2006

Jim Sullinger
School funding proposal passes
Kansas City Star, 03/25/2006

Chris Green
Salina lawmaker puts ed finance plan over the top
Hutchinson News, 03/25/2006

J-W Editorial
Shared responsibility [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 03/25/2006

Student shocked by Taser in school
Wichita Eagle, 03/25/2006

John Milburn
House OKs $610M ed plan
Hutchinson News, 03/25/2006

Eric Weslander
Forum to focus on teen drinking
Lawrence Journal World, 03/25/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Hutchins 0-for-5 in bid to repeal tuition law
Hutchinson News, 03/25/2006

Heather Hollingsworth
Slowdown causes testing concerns
Hutchinson News, 03/25/2006

Dolph C. Simons Jr
State needs comprehensive strategy on education funding
Lawrence Journal World, 03/25/2006

Scott Rothschild
School spending plan gets House OK
Lawrence Journal World, 03/25/2006

Heather Hollingsworth
Hutch school might lose charter
Hutchinson News, 03/25/2006

Kevin Flaherty
House OKs school finance plan
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/25/2006

Jessica Tims
There's just one problem [editorial]
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/25/2006

Virginia Beamer
School finance a troubling issue
Hays Daily News, 03/26/2006

Eber Phelps
Mentoring program a benefit
Hays Daily News, 03/26/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Tuition law still under fire
Hays Daily News, 03/26/2006

Sebelius signs bill to meet area needs
Junction City Daily Union, 03/26/2006

Being from Wichita doesn't mean being for Wichita schools
Wichita Eagle, 03/26/2006

Associated Press
Computer slowdown hinders some state tests
Wichita Eagle, 03/26/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Education funding follower void
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/26/2006

Maria Rose Williams
Graduate students reach out to kids caught cutting class
Wichita Eagle, 03/26/2006

Icess Fernandez
Big idea: Think small
Wichita Eagle, 03/26/2006

Randy Scholfield
Shocked schools, police need clearer rules
Wichita Eagle, 03/26/2006

Some progress -- finally [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 03/26/2006

David Klepper and Jim Sullinger
Minimum age for marriage passes, but some lawmakers prefer no limit
Kansas City Star, 03/26/2006

Rhonda Holman
K-12 school plan is progress
Wichita Eagle, 03/27/2006

Sophia Maines
Regents' AccessUs program a slow-go
Lawrence Journal World, 03/27/2006

Mike Hendricks
This gospel finds satire in Kansas
Kansas City Star, 03/27/2006

Move forward [editorial]
Garden City Telegram, 03/27/2006

Work on KU gateway to begin, affect traffic
Lawrence Journal World, 03/28/2006

Dave Ranney
Funding frustration reigns at school board meeting
Lawrence Journal World, 03/28/2006

Sophia Maines
Seedling from Thomas Jefferson's tree at Monticello takes root on KU campus
Lawrence Journal World, 03/28/2006

John Hanna
Senate leaders want debate on school finance
Lawrence Journal World, 03/28/2006

Associated Press
Senate may take up ed plan this week
Wichita Eagle, 03/28/2006

Chris Moon
Senate to take up schools
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/28/2006

Chad Lawhorn
University hopes city approves transit fund request
Lawrence Journal World, 03/28/2006

Dave Ranney
Conservatives face full slate of opponents in elections
Lawrence Journal World, 03/28/2006

Dave Stephens
Aquino committed to technology
Hutchinson News, 03/28/2006

Chris Green
Legislators dispute school plan's affordability
Hutchinson News, 03/28/2006

Brandy Nance
The search is on
Emporia Gazette, 03/28/2006

Associated Press
Access US has a slow start
Salina Journal, 03/28/2006

Kursten Phelps
Lawmakers divided over fund
Garden City Telegram, 03/28/2006

House schools plan
Garden City Telegram, 03/29/2006

J-W Editorial
Education fix [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 03/29/2006

Laura Scott
Kansas lawmakers must protect access to classes
Kansas City Star, 03/29/2006

Scott Rothschild
Healthy economy could help pay for school funding plan
Lawrence Journal World, 03/29/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Rich pitted against the poor
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/29/2006

Sophia Maines
Spring weddings out at KU chapel
Lawrence Journal World, 03/29/2006

Icess Fernandez
Students offer school vision
Wichita Eagle, 03/29/2006

Sophia Maines
KU plans to make an entrance
Lawrence Journal World, 03/29/2006

Suzanne Perez Tobias
More Kansas receive free school lunches
Wichita Eagle, 03/29/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
New position credited with keeping problems in check
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/29/2006

Icess Fernandez
Police, schools should meet about Tasers, Brooks says
Wichita Eagle, 03/29/2006

Mike Hendricks
Bland mice: See how they flub
Kansas City Star, 03/29/2006

Jennifer Torrens
Increased Poverty
Emporia Gazette, 03/29/2006

Kathleen Sebelius
Progress made in effort for first-class schools
Chanute Tribune, 03/29/2006

John D. Montgomery
Paying for education [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 03/29/2006

Kursten Phelps
FHSU president works to lure students from southwest Kansas
Garden City Telegram, 03/29/2006

Another candidate filing [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 03/29/2006

Dave Stephens
Heilman says Barton has 'potential'
Hutchinson News, 03/29/2006

Rhonda Holman
Solution Senate's turn to do right by schools
Wichita Eagle, 03/30/2006

Jason Watkins
Education bill requires tax increase
Wichita Eagle, 03/30/2006

Icess Fernandez
3 Taser incidents in schools
Wichita Eagle, 03/30/2006

J-W Staff Reports
Crime at KU drops about 7 percent
Lawrence Journal World, 03/30/2006

Associated Press
Senate ready to debate school finance proposals
Lawrence Journal World, 03/30/2006

Sophia Maines
Book: Life at KU included chores, dress codes, curfew, sharing beds
Lawrence Journal World, 03/30/2006

Scott Rothschild
Colleges may get tuition interest
Lawrence Journal World, 03/30/2006

J-W Editorial
Predicting the future [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 03/30/2006

Michael Strand
Senate prepares to debate school finance proposals
Hutchinson News, 03/30/2006

Bob Sigman
Time to play catch-up
Johnson County Sun, 03/30/2006

Michael Strand
School bill offers $1,000 to students
Salina Journal, 03/30/2006

Elaine Bessier
Math, science academy coming
Johnson County Sun, 03/30/2006

Rebecca Airstrup Gerber
DCCC Trustees approve tuition, fee increases
Dodge City Daily Globe, 03/30/2006

Elaine Bessier
Not enough abstinence education?
Johnson County Sun, 03/30/2006

Missing money for school plan [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 03/30/2006

Sarah St. John
All-day kindergarten part of bill
Olathe Daily News, 03/30/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
KU Medical Center Ad Astra
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/31/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Viney: Intelligent design debate has a long history
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/31/2006

John Masterson
ACCC pays fair share of utilities
Iola Register, 03/31/2006

Phil Anderson
1,700 students from across Kansas come to Topeka for conference
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/31/2006

The Capital Journal
Magazine gives high marks to KU
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/31/2006

John Milburn
Senate rejects school finance proposals
Hutchinson News, 03/31/2006

Steve Painter
Senate nixes 3 plans; special session looms
Wichita Eagle, 03/31/2006

Rhonda Holman
Better Wichita scores must keep improving
Wichita Eagle, 03/31/2006

Glenda Stadley
More victimization [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/31/2006

Solutions needed, not rhetoric [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 03/31/2006

Icess Fernandez
Consultant urges Taser plan
Wichita Eagle, 03/31/2006

Scott Rothschild
School plans fail in Senate
Lawrence Journal World, 03/31/2006

George Diepenbrock
Adult education program lacks funds
Lawrence Journal World, 03/31/2006

Chris Moon
Senate votes down three funding plans
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/31/2006

George Diepenbrock
KU grad programs get boost in rankings
Lawrence Journal World, 03/31/2006

Matthew Clark and Kevin Flaherty
School finance debate roars on
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 04/01/2006

Scott Rochat
Narrowing the gap [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 04/01/2006

Scott Rothschild
School funding left up in the air
Lawrence Journal World, 04/01/2006

Carl Manning
House clears bill allowing abortion teaching in schools
Lawrence Journal World, 04/01/2006

Special to the Times
Kansas Senate votes down education funding
Leavenworth Times, 04/01/2006

Scott Rothschild
Tuition interest bill goes to governor
Lawrence Journal World, 04/01/2006

Micah Mertes
Higher education
Hays Daily News, 04/02/2006

Ward Loyd and Mike O'Neal
School finance debate
Hutchinson News, 04/02/2006

David Horowitz
Kansas needs bill of rights for academics [opinion]
Wichita Eagle, 04/02/2006

Christopher Brooks
Don't base rules on academic exceptions [opinion]
Wichita Eagle, 04/02/2006

Mark McCormick
Tasers no substitute for support staff
Wichita Eagle, 04/02/2006

Conservative Kansas?
Lawrence Journal World, 04/02/2006

Crowson' view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 04/02/2006

Jim Sullinger
Making sugar out of salt
Kansas City Star, 04/02/2006


Legislators need a break
Hutchinson News, 04/02/2006

Good candidates set to oppose State BOE conservatives
Wichita Eagle, 04/02/2006

Ron Knox
Tax increase needed to pay for education, former senator says
Lawrence Journal World, 04/02/2006

Scott Rothschild
All-day kindergarten may be in jeopardy
Lawrence Journal World, 04/02/2006

David Klepper and Jim Sullinger
School funding crisis boils over
Kansas City Star, 04/02/2006

Associated Press
Students join immigration protests in Wichita, Topeka
Lawrence Journal World, 04/02/2006

Lawrence teacher named to state hall
Lawrence Journal World, 04/03/2006

Randy Scholfield
Clearer improve Taser policy
Wichita Eagle, 04/03/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Auburn Elementary students raise money for homeless animals aided by Helping Hands Humane Society
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/03/2006

Amy Conkling
How will state board's decision affect future of sex ed in area?
Hutchinson News, 04/03/2006

Associated Press
Here's how senators voted
Lawrence Journal World, 04/03/2006

Well-stocked with Shockers
Wichita Eagle, 04/03/2006

J-W Editorials
Ups and downs [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 04/03/2006

Martin Hawver
More money than they thought
Junction City Daily Union, 04/04/2006

Scott Rochat
ESU district considered
Emporia Gazette, 04/04/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
School finance officer paints bleak picture
Hays Daily News, 04/04/2006

Tom Bell
Making problems worse [editorial]
Salina Journal, 04/04/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
House shows way on school finance
Iola Register, 04/04/2006

Ann Charles
Senate should vote no [editorial]
Parsons Sun, 04/04/2006

Icess Fernandez
Schools allow protesting kids to return
Wichita Eagle, 04/04/2006

Students tell about life across the Atlantic
Lawrence Journal World, 04/04/2006

Chris Moon
Diving bill belly-flops
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/04/2006

Dave Ranney
Lawrence math teacher named to Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame
Lawrence Journal World, 04/04/2006

Mara Rosa Williams
Local grad schools rank among the best
Kansas City Star, 04/04/2006

Joel Mathis
Higher amount of Kansas incomes going to schools
Lawrence Journal World, 04/04/2006

Wasn't school funding supposed to be based on actual costs?
Wichita Eagle, 04/05/2006

Stan Finger
Police investigate principal's prank
Wichita Eagle, 04/05/2006

Kursten Phelps
AYP leads budget talks
Garden City Telegram, 04/05/2006

Micah Mertes
Growing enrollment, retirement results in split of FHSU departments
Hays Daily News, 04/05/2006

Tim Vandenack
Dodge residents vote for elementary schools
Hutchinson News, 04/05/2006

J-W Editorial
International view [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 04/05/2006

School testing pitfalls
Hutchinson News, 04/05/2006

Amy Conkling
It might shock some, but Tasers aren't banned in Hutch schools
Hutchinson News, 04/05/2006

David Reber
Lesson in greed [letter to the editor]
Lawrence Journal World, 04/06/2006

Scott Rothschild
6 months in, Corkins still under fire
Lawrence Journal World, 04/06/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 school board to discuss overcrowding at McEachron
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/06/2006

Mark Thomas
Speaker Mays behaved rudely [reader reaction]
Johnson County Sun, 04/06/2006

Rhonda Holman
It's official
Wichita Eagle, 04/06/2006

Crisis on tap in Legislature [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 04/06/2006

Kathryn Mayes
School sales tax lives
Manhattan Mercury, 04/06/2006

Scott Rothschild
Banning books, abstinence on board agenda
Lawrence Journal World, 04/06/2006

Steve Painter
School suit cost Kline nearly $191,000 in '05
Wichita Eagle, 04/06/2006

Icess Fernandez
Teacher faces alcohol charges
Wichita Eagle, 04/06/2006

Chad Lawhorn
Laughter is teachers' best medicine
Lawrence Journal World, 04/06/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Brown site widens offering with Holocaust exhibit
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/06/2006

Sophia Maines
KU prof: Dentistry dates back 9,000 years
Lawrence Journal World, 04/06/2006

The News Staff
Bomb threat leads to evacuation of Russell High
Hutchinson News, 04/07/2006

Chris Green
Interest dollars could help schools
Garden City Telegram, 04/07/2006

Dave Stephens
State turns down charter schools request for renewal
Hutchinson News, 04/07/2006

Crowson' view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 04/07/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
District to buy portables to relieve overcrowding
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/07/2006

Ann Marie Bush
Hayden high teacher to receive national award
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/07/2006

Associated Press
Corkins says job has been a huge challenge
Wichita Eagle, 04/07/2006

Dave Skretta
Unification may spell survival for rural areas
Wichita Eagle, 04/07/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Board hoping to fill opening
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/07/2006

Ban tasers from schools [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 04/07/2006

Steve Fitzgerald
School funding plan [letter to the editor]
Leavenworth Times, 04/07/2006

The News Staff Mullinville sculptor enters race for State Board of Education seat
Hutchinson News, 04/07/2006

Sophia Maines
Kids nutrition on political plate
Lawrence Journal World, 04/07/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Alcala supports walkout
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/07/2006

Chuck Woodling
Begging by KU improper
Lawrence Journal World, 04/07/2006

Kassebaum Baker no fan of No Child
Wichita Eagle, 04/08/2006

Amanda Shreves
No-brainer [letter to the editor]
Wichita Eagle, 04/08/2006

Corkins still playing defense over role as education commissioner
Kansas City Kansan, 04/08/2006

Hurst Laviana
Ex-Campus teacher pleads guilty to rape
Wichita Eagle, 04/08/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Brown v. Board site busy place
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/08/2006

Tim Carpenter
Governor: Finish school plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/08/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Chance of walkouts lessens
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/08/2006

Scott Rothschild
School finance stalemate may stall business tax cuts
Lawrence Journal World, 04/08/2006

Eric Swanson
M. T. Liggett running for 7th district seat on Kansas BOE
Dodge City Daily Globe, 04/08/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 to assume preschool oversight
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/08/2006

Ross Sandler and David Schoenbrod
Rule of law courts flunk the civics test
Wall Street Journal, 04/08/2006

Ralph Ostmeyer
Legislature on break
Hays Daily News, 04/09/2006

J-W Editorials
Top teachers [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 04/09/2006

Suzanne Perez Tobias
Board of Ed to discuss limiting sex education
Wichita Eagle, 04/09/2006

Icess Fernandez, Joe Stumpe and Amanda O'Toole
'Friendly' or 'friends': The line can blur
Wichita Eagle, 04/09/2006

Sophia Maines
Bigger than Texas
Lawrence Journal World, 04/09/2006

Jennifer Harris extra special
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/09/2006

Scott Rothschild
Abortion education falls out of favor
Lawrence Journal World, 04/09/2006

Lindsey Geisler
Banquet emphasizes closing gaps
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/09/2006

Jimmy Gillispie
Baker chapel fills nuptial gap after Danforth closes
Lawrence Journal World, 04/09/2006

Associated Press
State not ready to approve charter school in Hutch
Wichita Eagle, 04/10/2006

Kansas Board of Education to consider requiring abstinenece only education
Dodge City Daily Globe, 04/10/2006

Associated Press
Sex ed talks on board agenda
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/10/2006

Deb Gruver
Discipline records at schools are open to the public and free
Wichita Eagle, 04/10/2006

Jim Sullinger
Revenue report hotly anticipated
Kansas City Star, 04/10/2006

Associated Press
Kansans for Life against abortion ed proposal
Hutchinson News, 04/10/2006

Tim Vandenack
DCCC raises fees for second straight year
Hutchinson News, 04/10/2006

Bob Johnson
BOE primary may be replay
Iola Register, 04/10/2006

Embrace reality [editorial]
Garden City Telegram, 04/10/2006

Paul Suellentrop
Turgeon says he's staying at WSU
Wichita Eagle, 04/11/2006

Icess Fernandez
The board's education
Wichita Eagle, 04/11/2006

Crowson' view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 04/11/2006

Tim Carpenter
Former senator gives talk at KU
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/11/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Teacher recognized for providing mentor figure through Scouting activities, cheerleading squad
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/11/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Play it safe [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/11/2006

Sophia Maines
GTA, KU talks hit another hurdle
Lawrence Journal World, 04/11/2006

Julie Burkhart
Parents support sex ed [letter to the editor]
Hutchinson News, 04/11/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Alternative education brightens in Olathe
Kansas City Star, 04/11/2006

Rhonda Holman
Martin would deny local control, reality
Wichita Eagle, 04/11/2006

Dave Ranney
School leaders ready to curb junk food
Lawrence Journal World, 04/11/2006

Melodee Blobaum
Mandatory abstinence-only class is on agenda
Kansas City Star, 04/11/2006

Jessica Tims
Abstinence: great in the real world, not in the classroom
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 04/11/2006

Abortion ed mandate too controversial, pro-life group decides
Wichita Eagle, 04/12/2006

Icess Fernandez
School book choices bother state BOE
Wichita Eagle, 04/12/2006

Icess Fernandez
State hears opinion on sex ed
Wichita Eagle, 04/12/2006

David Klepper
Kansas sex-ed debate unsettled
Kansas City Star, 04/12/2006

Roxana Hegeman
State board hears debate on sex ed plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/12/2006

David Klepper
Blue Valley officials fail to win over curriculum critics on state education board
Kansas City Star, 04/12/2006

Paul Suellentrop
Turgeon's pay rises to $750,000
Wichita Eagle, 04/12/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
City will work with schools to improve road safety
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/12/2006

Gubernatorial aspirants to attend GOP forum
Lawrence Journal World, 04/12/2006

Abstinence, Abstinence
Winfield Daily Courier, 04/12/2006

Kathleen Sebelius
Opportunities abound, but only if legislators act
Chanute Tribune, 04/12/2006

State BOE all talk about sex
Hays Daily News, 04/12/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Board considers requiring sex abstinence education
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 04/12/2006

Shaver stands out as a candidate for state school board [opinion]
Iola Register, 04/12/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Board of Regents visits PSU
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 04/12/2006

Roxana Hegeman
State board waits on abstinence decision
Lawrence Journal World, 04/12/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Ed board weighs sex abstinence
Hutchinson News, 04/12/2006

Sophia Maines
KU prof made lasting impression
Lawrence Journal World, 04/12/2006

Icess Fernandez
State BOE wants to weigh changes to sex education
Wichita Eagle, 04/13/2006

Julie Burkhart
Abstinence-plus is best sex-education program
Wichita Eagle, 04/13/2006

Ben Feller
States submit teacher quality figures
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/13/2006

Randy Scholfield
Let local schools make literature choices
Wichita Eagle, 04/13/2006

Paul Wenske
Got pop? Schools someday may not
Kansas City Star, 04/13/2006

Laura Scott
Is Kansas heading backward?
Kansas City Star, 04/13/2006

Icess Fernandez
Creature's picture irks Board of Ed member
Wichita Eagle, 04/13/2006

Slaymaker appointed
Emporia Gazette, 04/13/2006

Elaine Bessier
State board wants more discussion on abstinence proposal
Johnson County Sun, 04/13/2006

J-W Editorial
Setting an example [editorials]
Lawrence Journal World, 04/13/2006

John D. Montgomery
Sex education [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 04/13/2006

Arley Hoskin
Board members weigh in on wellness plan
Johnson County Sun, 04/13/2006

Ann Charles
Leave politics out [opinion]
Chanute Tribune, 04/13/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
Exit exams for state's HS seniors would life the bar [opinion]
Iola Register, 04/13/2006

Elaine Bessier
Hodge dislikes handling of discrimination policy
Junction City Daily Union, 04/13/2006

Making their voices heard
Hutchinson News, 04/13/2006

Dave Stephens
Hutchinson school district achieves national distinction
Hutchinson News, 04/13/2006

Elaine Bessier
Board agrees to firing, suspension, resignation
Johnson County Sun, 04/13/2006

Glen Staab
State school board never ceases to amaze
Hays Daily News, 04/13/2006

Mark Fagan
KU portfolio beats market, wins honor
Lawrence Journal World, 04/13/2006

Tom Bell
Martin changes her tune [editorial]
Salina Journal, 04/13/2006

Arley Hoskin
Another page turns on school book sage
Johnson County Sun, 04/13/2006

Associated Press
Barton County hires president
Hutchinson News, 04/13/2006

Sophia Maines
National exit exam for colleges opposed by KU administrators
Lawrence Journal World, 04/13/2006

Sophia Maines
Honors program new and improved
Lawrence Journal World, 04/13/2006

Leonard Hall
KSD budget and the legislature
Olathe Daily News, 04/14/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Legislators try to address university backlog
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 04/14/2006

Robert A. Cronkleton
Rape victim sues KCK school district
Kansas City Star, 04/14/2006

Tim Vandenack
Group waging effort against BOE members to speak in Dodge City
Hutchinson News, 04/14/2006

Dave Toplikar
Junk-food plan leaves sour taste in many mouths
Lawrence Journal World, 04/14/2006

Robert A. Cronkleton
Ex-trustee of college sentenced in card case
Kansas City Star, 04/14/2006

"You know what you need?" [cartoon]
Kansas City Star, 04/14/2006

Mike Hendricks
They did the monster mash
Kansas City Star, 04/14/2006

Dave Ranney
How much would you pay for all-day kindergarten?
Lawrence Journal World, 04/14/2006

Bruce Symes
College spends to save on utilites
Iola Register, 04/14/2006

Sophia Maines
Students put focus on African crises
Lawrence Journal World, 04/14/2006

Jim Sullinger
Teacher doubled dipping at issue
Kansas City Star, 04/14/2006

Prompt inquiry needed
Kansas City Star, 04/15/2006

Associated Press
KPERS changes sent to governor
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/15/2006

News Staff
HCC tuition to increase by $2 per credit hour this fall
Hutchinson News, 04/15/2006

Jenny Godgrey pain reducer
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/15/2006

Molly McMillin
Educating for industry
Wichita Eagle, 04/15/2006

Retirement fund might change
Hays Daily News, 04/16/2006

Micah Mertes
Money is in FHSU's best 'interest'
Hays Daily News, 04/16/2006

Associated Press
Former coach accused of having sex with students
Lawrence Journal World, 04/16/2006

Nancy Niles Lusk
That sinking feeling
Hutchinson News, 04/16/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Teacher qualifications good news(?) [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/16/2006

Associated Press
Students threats net charges
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/16/2006

Dennis McKinney
Much work, little time for ed solution
Hutchinson News, 04/16/2006

Associated Press
KC-area students charged with threatening teachers
Wichita Eagle, 04/16/2006

The Prairie Ayatoliahs
Hutchinson News, 04/16/2006

Denny Senseney, Aaron Fowler, Paul Babich and Larry Landwehr
Fund post audit study [opinion]
Wichita Eagle, 04/16/2006

Dave Stephens
Survey finds wide support for bond issue
Hutchinson News, 04/16/2006

Jan Biles
Leaving a legacy Baker University's outgoing president Dan Lambert
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/16/2006

Associated Press
Middle school students charged for threats against teachers
Lawrence Journal World, 04/16/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
State BOE's direction prompts call for centrism
Hays Daily News, 04/17/2006

Laura Scott
Let local boards decide the lessons
Kansas City Star, 04/17/2006

Eric Swanson
Lawmakers share views on school finance during legislative coffee
Dodge City Daily Globe, 04/17/2006

Mike Hendricks
College's status tied to Carlsen's
Kansas City Star, 04/17/2006

Art Henry
Time to clean house [letter to the editor]
Hutchinson News, 04/17/2006

Kathy Hanks
Cutting edge
Hutchinson News, 04/17/2006

Icess Fernandez
Schools can't hire till state sets budget
Wichita Eagle, 04/17/2006

Duane Johnson
Seaman wellness policy would promote nutrition
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/18/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Schools ready to propose finance plan to Legislature
Hays Daily News, 04/18/2006

Dave Stephens
Sterling charter school now accepting applications
Hutchinson News, 04/18/2006

Kansas schools take advantage of loophole
Garden City Telegram, 04/18/2006

Icess Fernandez
City, districts negotiate pay for school officers
Wichita Eagle, 04/18/2006

Roxana Hegeman
'No Child' loophole leaves many minorities behind
Hutchinson News, 04/18/2006

Chad Lawhorn
KU groups decries noise ordinance as vague
Lawrence Journal World, 04/18/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Kansas leaves many minorities behind
Lawrence Journal World, 04/18/2006

David Klepper
Extra $289 million could help schools
Wichita Eagle, 04/18/2006

Frank Bass, Nicole Ziegler Dizon and Ben Feller
Some minority students left out of state counts
Lawrence Journal World, 04/18/2006

Michael Strand
Session could be long, ugly
Salina Journal, 04/19/2006

Mike Hoeflich
Provost earns KU's gratitude
Lawrence Journal World, 04/19/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 board seeks applicants
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/19/2006

Invest in funding for students' future
Kansas City Star, 04/19/2006

Mara Rosa Williams
Region's excellence in debate honored
Kansas City Star, 04/19/2006

Dave Ranney
Lawrence school district not manipulating members
Lawrence Journal World, 04/19/2006

Blatant misrepresentation
Hutchinson News, 04/19/2006

John R. LaPlante
Online service gives data on education
Olathe Daily News, 04/19/2006

Rebecca Airstrup Gerber
Rally discusses education in the state
Dodge City Daily Globe, 04/19/2006

Kursten Phelps
Area officials say AYP reporting misleading
Garden City Telegram, 04/19/2006

Rural schools have major stake in school finance debate
Dodge City Daily Globe, 04/19/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
Rising state revenue brightens picture for school funding [opinion]
Iola Register, 04/19/2006

Chris Green
Law could impact hiring at rural schools districts
Garden City Telegram, 04/19/2006

John D. Montgomery
Interest due [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 04/19/2006

Amy Conkling
Area schools wrap up assessment tests
Hutchinson News, 04/19/2006

Tim Vandenack
Group endorses two District 5 hopefuls
Hutchinson News, 04/19/2006

Harris News Service
State Board of Education and evolution events
Hutchinson News, 04/19/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Committe's 'Evolution 101' course to be posted on Web
Hutchinson News, 04/19/2006

Steve Fry
Washburn campaign nets award
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/19/2006

David Chartrand
No separating education and politics
Wichita Eagle, 04/19/2006

Icess Fernandez
Students learn CSI science
Wichita Eagle, 04/19/2006

Chris Green
Governor signs 'double dipping' law
Hutchinson News, 04/19/2006

The Capital-Journal
Washburn alumni activities planned
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/19/2006

Bob Sigman
We want a fair shake [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 04/20/2006


Weird ideas from the right [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 04/20/2006

David Chartrand
The unstoppable politicization of education
Olathe Daily News, 04/20/2006

Steve Rose
If we stick together
Johnson County Sun, 04/20/2006

Elaine Bessier
Students know little about allegation against president
Johnson County Sun, 04/20/2006

Elaine Bessier
President faces sex allegation
Johnson County Sun, 04/20/2006

Arley Hoskin
Bill could boost interest in bioscience careers
Johnson County Sun, 04/20/2006

Two Dodge students charged in December bomb threat
Hutchinson News, 04/20/2006

Associated Press
KU to offer Confucius school
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/20/2006

Stop pondering on immigration, tuition law
Wichita Eagle, 04/20/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Alliance members bring call for action to Hays
Hays Daily News, 04/20/2006

Sophia Maines
Muslim students battle prejudice
Lawrence Journal World, 04/20/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Long-distance learning
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/20/2006

Micah Mertes
In 3...2...1...
Hays Daily News, 04/21/2006

Brown banquet to honor the Little Rock Nine
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/21/2006

The Capital-Journal
Students receive awards at Kansas Judicial Center
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/21/2006

Brandy Nance
Schwenn to take interim post
Emporia Gazette, 04/21/2006

Tim Vandenack
Political hopefuls sound off during forum
Hutchinson News, 04/21/2006

Jason King
KU to address NCAA inquiry today
Kansas City Star, 04/21/2006

Scott Rothschild
Immigrant tuition law repeal up for discussion
Lawrence Journal World, 04/21/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Updated audit shows progress
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/21/2006

Kursten Phelps
Candidates outline views on education
Garden City Telegram, 04/21/2006

Marcus Kabel
Students arrested in plot to kill
Wichita Eagle, 04/21/2006

Marcus Kabel
School massacre thwarted
Hutchinson News, 04/21/2006

Marcus Kabel
School death plot revealed
Kansas City Star, 04/21/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum and Brad Cooper
Carlsen leaves JCCC post
Kansas City Star, 04/21/2006

Marcus Kabel
School shooting plot foiled
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/21/2006

Mike Belt
New, little-known law that requires disclosure of financial details angers some KU professors
Lawrence Journal World, 04/21/2006

Kansas Views
Kansans paying for leaders' failures
Wichita Eagle, 04/21/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 board applicants show wide range
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/21/2006

Marcus Kabel
Five students arrested in foiled school shooting
Lawrence Journal World, 04/21/2006

Chris Green
Observers grow weary of politics over funding
Garden City Telegram, 04/22/2006

Anthony Hensley
The Legislature's last chance coming soon
Chanute Tribune, 04/22/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Photographer can smile after board members pony up
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/22/2006

Scott Rothschild
Survey: Teachers mostly satisfied
Lawrence Journal World, 04/22/2006

Ryan Wood
NCAA: Kansas lost institutional control
Lawrence Journal World, 04/22/2006

Associated Press
A week after leave, JCCC head retires
Lawrence Journal World, 04/22/2006

Ryan Wood
Weekley linked to alleged violation
Lawrence Journal World, 04/22/2006

Dave Ranney
Lack of federal funding leaves Haskell's plans in limbo
Lawrence Journal World, 04/22/2006

Sophia Maines
New KU provost has respect for public universities
Lawrence Journal World, 04/22/2006

Phil Anderson
Washburn College Bible, a crown jewel of university, was labor of love for famed graphic artist from Topeka
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/22/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Rumors of attack flew at school
Wichita Eagle, 04/22/2006

Sophia Maines
Rules limiting use of Jayhawk amuse, irk faculty member
Lawrence Journal World, 04/22/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
College ponders its next steps
Kansas City Star, 04/22/2006

John Shultz and Benita Y. Williams
Columbine's legacy haunting, helpful
Kansas City Star, 04/22/2006

Rick Plumlee
NCAA says KU athletics went without control
Wichita Eagle, 04/22/2006

Chris Green
Details of lunch chat emerge
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/22/2006

Roxana Hegeman
AG's office holds off filing charges in Riverton plot
Hutchinson News, 04/22/2006

Jason King
KU's athletic troubles called out by NCAA
Kansas City Star, 04/22/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Teens either joking, serious
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/22/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Officials say plot to attack school was not a prank
Lawrence Journal World, 04/22/2006

Kevin Murphy
Chilling questions reverberate
Kansas City Star, 04/22/2006

Associated Press
Students to be held 72 hours; hearing Monday
Hutchinson News, 04/23/2006

Associated Press
Judge rules to hold teens
Wichita Eagle, 04/23/2006

George Diepenbrock
Class of '56 celebrates achievements
Lawrence Journal World, 04/23/2006

Associated Press
Students to be held; hearing Monday in school shooting case
Lawrence Journal World, 04/23/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Legislators keeping hopes alive
Hays Daily News, 04/23/2006

Laura Parkinson
High schools don't need food policy
Lawrence Journal World, 04/23/2006

Rhonda Holman
Pressure use windfall to do right by schools
Wichita Eagle, 04/23/2006

Sophia Maines
Building high-octane car tests engineering students' abilities
Lawrence Journal World, 04/23/2006

Associated Press
A week after leave, Johnson County college head retires
Hutchinson News, 04/23/2006

Associated Press
Judge rules to hold students
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/23/2006

Anna Staatz
Reitz and craft discuss additional education funding
Junction City Daily Union, 04/23/2006

Accused Riverton conspirators kept in custody for weekend
Kansas City Star, 04/23/2006

Hal Lockard
Curtis alumni plan picnic
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/23/2006

David Chartrand
The politicization of education
Salina Journal, 04/24/2006

A wrongheaded proposal
Hutchinson News, 04/24/2006

Tom Bell
Don't read too much into this [editorial]
Salina Journal, 04/24/2006

Associated Press
Prom goes on for school
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/24/2006

Jessica Tims
No more games [editorial]
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 04/24/2006

Associated Press
Prom goes on at Riverton school despite recent attack allegations
Lawrence Journal World, 04/24/2006

Prom goes on at shooting school of foiled plot
Garden City Telegram, 04/24/2006

Associated Press
School solution sought as lawmakers ready to reconvene
Lawrence Journal World, 04/25/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Parent appointed to USD 501 board
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/25/2006

Brad Cooper
Five teens charged in shooting-rampage plot
Wichita Eagle, 04/25/2006

Jason King
Report told KU of trouble
Kansas City Star, 04/25/2006

Ron Knox
KU Athletics linked to party where fight began
Lawrence Journal World, 04/25/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Riverton School teens charged with incitement, criminal threat
Lawrence Journal World, 04/25/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Teens charged with threatening attack
Hutchinson News, 04/25/2006

Brad Cooper
Five teens charged in plot
Kansas City Star, 04/25/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Five teens charged in school plot
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/25/2006

Jim Barnett
Schools require a long-term solution
Wichita Eagle, 04/25/2006

John Milburn
Committee continues hunt for school finance plan
Hutchinson News, 04/25/2006

Martin Hawver
One last shot at killing in-state tuition for undocumented Kansans
Kansas City Kansan, 04/25/2006

John Milburn
Committee opens second session on hunt for school finance plan
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 04/25/2006

Steve Fitzgerald
Illegal aliens [letter to the editor]
Leavenworth Times, 04/25/2006

John D. Montgomery
State BOE [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 04/25/2006

John Milburn
School finance bill gets panel's backing
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/26/2006

Mara Rosa Williams
Lose that logo--Kansas officials rule Jayhawk is 'too fun' for official documents
Kansas City Star, 04/26/2006

Associated Press
Boy is told: No mumps shot, no school
Wichita Eagle, 04/26/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Number of school plots unusually high
Lawrence Journal World, 04/26/2006

J-W Editorial
Sad setbacks [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 04/26/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Teachers: Schools making the grade
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/26/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Finding precious time for teacher talk
Kansas City Star, 04/26/2006

Eric Weslander
Republican political views played role in denial of tenure, lawsuit alleges
Lawrence Journal World, 04/26/2006

Sophia Maines
KU joins growing focus on China
Lawrence Journal World, 04/26/2006

John Milburn
School finance meetings continue
Hutchinson News, 04/26/2006

Kathryn Mayes
Locals hope to move on school finance
Manhattan Mercury, 04/26/2006

Associated Press
Funding plan endorsed
Manhattan Mercury, 04/26/2006

School attack thwarted
Hutchinson News, 04/26/2006

John Milburn
Senate gets school finance plan
Salina Journal, 04/26/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
All-State academic team well rounded [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/27/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 437 hears state of district
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/27/2006

K-State women honored
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/27/2006

Teen Star
Locked out
Kansas City Star, 04/27/2006

Associated Press
KU: Jayhawk 'too fun' official documents
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/27/2006

Chris Moon
Senate to take up school bill
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/27/2006

Steve Painter
School funding degate begins today in Senate
Wichita Eagle, 04/27/2006

Icess Fernandez
North principal headed downtown
Wichita Eagle, 04/27/2006

Bob Sigman
Children await outcome
Johnson County Sun, 04/27/2006

What others said
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 04/27/2006

Voices of the Jayhawks honored at Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 04/27/2006

Elaine Bessier
Confucius Institute on KU campus
Winfield Daily Courier, 04/27/2006

Foss Farrar
Gooddwin likes latest school finance plan
Winfield Daily Courier, 04/27/2006

Chris Green
Republican continue wrangling with school finance
Garden City Telegram, 04/27/2006

Steve Painter
No compromise yet on eminent-domain bill
Wichita Eagle, 04/27/2006

Sophia Maines
Trail-blazing KU professor dies at 86
Lawrence Journal World, 04/27/2006

Ronnie Smith
Board and evolution [letter to the editor]
Hutchinson News, 04/27/2006

Associated Press
Students suspended for not being immunized allowed back in school
Lawrence Journal World, 04/27/2006

Glenn Staab
A gassy decider and prices go higher
Hays Daily News, 04/27/2006

Bill Snyder
Help support Kansas children
Olathe Daily News, 04/27/2006

Sophia Maines
KU libraries get new dean and more space for books
Lawrence Journal World, 04/27/2006

Eric Weslander
Prom a reminder of party host law
Lawrence Journal World, 04/27/2006

Attempt fails to change immigrant tuition rate
Wichita Eagle, 04/28/2006

Judy Sherard
Hoxie High students' work selected for KDHE calendar
Hays Daily News, 04/28/2006

Vicky Smith
Well---we did it again!
Chanute Tribune, 04/28/2006

Martin Hawver
At the rail
Metro News, 04/28/2006

Chris Moon
Senate OKs school bill
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/28/2006

Mike Hendricks
Secrecy nothing but a snow job
Kansas City Star, 04/28/2006

Honoring the Lady Blues
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/28/2006

John Milburn
Senate passes school finance
Lawrence Journal World, 04/28/2006

Jim Sullinger
Finally, Kansas Senate OKs school-finance plan
Kansas City Star, 04/28/2006

Jon Ruhlen
Runyah: Return focus to education
Parsons Sun, 04/28/2006

John Milburn
Senate OKs $466M school finance bill
Hutchinson News, 04/28/2006

Steve Painter
Senate approves school funding
Wichita Eagle, 04/28/2006

Sarah Kessinger
House cracks down on employers hiring illegal immigrants
Hutchinson News, 04/28/2006

Jim Sullinger
State senate to study No Child Left Behind further
Wichita Eagle, 04/28/2006

Shanna Foster-Guiot
State Board of Ed candidates speak out
Chanute Tribune, 04/29/2006

Michael Strand
'At-risk student' further defined
Salina Journal, 04/29/2006

Staff and Wire Reports
Trimmer likes Senate-approved school money bill
Winfield Daily Courier, 04/29/2006

John Milburn
Committee set to tackle school finance
Lawrence Journal World, 04/29/2006

Edward H. Hammond
Thanks to Don Hill [letter to the editor]
Emporia Gazette, 04/29/2006

Chris Steineger
Today in history
Kansas City Kansan, 04/29/2006

Dave Stephens
Kline, Clicky teach students Web safety
Hutchinson News, 04/29/2006

John Milburn
House members mull next step in school finance plan process
Hutchinson News, 04/29/2006

Jim Sullinger
Kansas school-finance plan changes expected
Kansas City Star, 04/29/2006

Sophia Maines
Mascot hopefuls learn high art of Jayhawk spirit
Lawrence Journal World, 04/29/2006

Chris Moon
House will tinker with school plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/29/2006

Responsibly reconcile education bills
Wichita Eagle, 04/30/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Seaman vote all about space
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/30/2006

Mark Fagan
KU center to bear Billings name
Lawrence Journal World, 04/30/2006

Jayhawk rules
Lawrence Journal World, 04/30/2006

Persistent support
Hutchinson News, 04/30/2006

Johnson County Community College make findings pubilc
Kansas City Star, 04/30/2006

Jim Sullinger
Kansas school finance bill trimmed
Kansas City Star, 04/30/2006

Steve Painter
School funding plans differ from cost study
Wichita Eagle, 04/30/2006

John Hanna
Bishop seek 'moral climate'
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/30/2006

Dave Stephens
Ulysses teacher contract dispute at impasse
Hutchinson News, 04/30/2006

Roy Wenzl
A model preschool: State will copy Oaklawn center
Wichita Eagle, 04/30/2006

John Milburn
House panel trims ed plan by $65 million
Hutchinson News, 04/30/2006

Scott Rothschild
Schools should be focus, say bishops
Lawrence Journal World, 04/30/2006

Sophia Maines Scott Rothschild
KU student support college-savings plan
Lawrence Journal World, 04/30/2006

Chris Moon
House divided over school finance
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/30/2006

The Capital-Journal
WU senior wins Udall
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/01/2006

USD 501 vacancy tough test
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/01/2006

Sophia Maines
KU helps quality of hospitals nationwide
Lawrence Journal World, 05/01/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
KU Jayhawk poppyhawk [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/01/2006

Eric Weslander
High-tech equipment thefts at KU on the rise
Lawrence Journal World, 05/01/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
'Backbone' of youth program delights in educating kids
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/01/2006

Roy Wenzl
Project helps Wichita's youngest learners find the right track
Wichita Eagle, 05/01/2006

Scott Rothschild
Three plans on table in Legislature
Lawrence Journal World, 05/01/2006

Lindsey Geisler
USD 437 considers rigorous program
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/02/2006

John Milburn
House reaffirms old position on school finance
Junction City Daily Union, 05/02/2006

Kevin Murphy
Bioterror research? Here?
Kansas City Star, 05/02/2006

Roy Wenzl
Sebelius outlines 'why,' 'how' of preschool plan
Wichita Eagle, 05/02/2006

Frederick J. Johnson
Volunteer enjoys debate on latest school finance proposal
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/02/2006

Scott Rothschild
House delays debate on latest school finance proposal
Lawrence Journal World, 05/02/2006

John Milburn
House school finance debate delayed by glitches
Dodge City Daily Globe, 05/02/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
School budgets still in question
Hays Daily News, 05/02/2006

Jim Barnett
Growth is the answer
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/03/2006

Icess Fernandez
Derby math teacher is one of best
Wichita Eagle, 05/03/2006

John Milburn
House moves closer to Senate stance on finance
Leavenworth Times, 05/03/2006

John R. LaPlante
Say it isn't so! Examining education myths
Kansas City Kansan, 05/03/2006

Abortion measure tacked onto schools bill
Garden City Telegram, 05/03/2006

House rejects ed funding proposal
Garden City Telegram, 05/03/2006

Carol Ballantyne
GCCC making education accessible by keeping it affordable
Garden City Telegram, 05/03/2006

Keeping success affordable
Garden City Telegram, 05/03/2006

Scott Rothschild
Higher ed savings program, regents insurance approved
Lawrence Journal World, 05/03/2006

Roy Wenzl
For brighter tomorrows
Wichita Eagle, 05/03/2006

Chris Moon
House vote on schools razor thin
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/03/2006

Sophia Maines
Professor to call for greater focus on math, science
Lawrence Journal World, 05/03/2006

Steve Painter
House near final schools vote
Wichita Eagle, 05/03/2006

Scott Rothschild
House supports $533M for schools
Lawrence Journal World, 05/03/2006

Jim Sullinger
Stage set in House today on funding
Kansas City Star, 05/03/2006

Michael Hooper
School of Business earns accreditation
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/03/2006

John Milburn
House rejects school plan
Hays Daily News, 05/03/2006

Sarah St. John
Meningitis vaccines required for on campus housing
Olathe Daily News, 05/03/2006

John Milburn
House reaffirms old position on school finance
Dodge City Daily Globe, 05/03/2006

John Milburn
House changes it course, moves closer to Senate on schools
Hutchinson News, 05/03/2006

Amy Conkling
Sterling alone with fiscal trouble
Hutchinson News, 05/03/2006

Associated Press
Teen faces another charge in school plot
Lawrence Journal World, 05/04/2006

Roxana Hegeman
New charge filed against teen in plot
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/04/2006

Jim Sullinger
Conferees begin talks on school bill
Kansas City Star, 05/04/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Seaman USD 345 vote yes [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/04/2006

Mary Kauffman
News abuse authority [letter to the editor]
Lawrence Journal World, 05/04/2006

Steve Painter
School funding goes to committee
Wichita Eagle, 05/04/2006

Leah Griffies
Job comes first [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/04/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
JCCC faculty enters fray on inquiry of Carlsen
Kansas City Star, 05/04/2006

Rhonda Holman
Early Sebelius sets smart goal on pre-K
Wichita Eagle, 05/04/2006

John Milburn
Legislatures begin negotiating school funding plan
Lawrence Journal World, 05/04/2006

Associated Press
Teen faces new charge in Riverton school plot
Kansas City Star, 05/04/2006

Crowson' view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 05/04/2006

John Richard Schrock
Don't make teaching an assembly-line job
Wichita Eagle, 05/04/2006

Joe Stumpe
Questions, answers to the soft drink plan
Wichita Eagle, 05/04/2006

Joel Mathis
Industry to stop selling to schools
Lawrence Journal World, 05/04/2006

Chris Moon
School finance fails, wrap-up drags on
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/04/2006

Roy Wenzl
Hold the sugar
Wichita Eagle, 05/04/2006

Elaine Bessier
State School Board candidates oppose new science standards
Johnson County Sun, 05/04/2006

John R. LaPlante
Examining education myths
Olathe Daily News, 05/04/2006

John Milburn
Looking for a compromise
Dodge City Daily Globe, 05/04/2006

Arley Hoskin
Affluence vs. poverty
Johnson County Sun, 05/04/2006

John Milburn
House rejects ed plan
Hutchinson News, 05/04/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Lawmakers search for best plan
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 05/04/2006

China tied to Johnson County [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 05/04/2006

John Milburn
House committee endorses $401 million school plan
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 05/04/2006

John Milburn
Panel of six must find compromise
Salina Journal, 05/04/2006

David Klepper and Jim Sullinger
School funding compromise proves elusive
Kansas City Star, 05/05/2006

Ric Anderson
School budgets may get watered down
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/05/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
School fees vary, USD 501 board told
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/05/2006

Chris Moon
School finance 'in limbo'
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/05/2006

Rhonda Holman
Waiting legislators playing games on schools?
Wichita Eagle, 05/05/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Topeka High principal leaving
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/05/2006

Sophia Maines
Confucius Institute launched at Edwards Campus
Lawrence Journal World, 05/05/2006

Brad Cooper
Institute will focus on language and culture
Kansas City Star, 05/05/2006

Associated Press
Kansas Guard, Pitt State to build joint center on campus
Chanute Tribune, 05/05/2006

Courier Staff
Trimmer, Kelley vote against school finance bill
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/05/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Mother speaks out in defense of son in school shooting plot
Hutchinson News, 05/05/2006

John Milburn
School funding impasse drags on
Hutchinson News, 05/05/2006

Steve Painter
School finance agreement eludes lawmakers
Wichita Eagle, 05/06/2006

Children's healthy habits begin at home [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 05/06/2006

Amanda Smith
State board's abstinence-only policy not realistic
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/06/2006

Sophia Maines
KU's top scholars honored
Lawrence Journal World, 05/06/2006

Dolph C. Simons Jr
Distinguished professors are university's true 1-star team
Lawrence Journal World, 05/06/2006

WU School of Business new respect
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/06/2006

Bill Mayer
Trouble brewing for KU?
Lawrence Journal World, 05/06/2006

Icess Fernandez
Bus lottery birth dates drawn
Wichita Eagle, 05/06/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
'Vote yes' signs pulled from schoolyards
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/06/2006

Chris Moon
They'll try again next week
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/06/2006

John Milburn
Negotiations yield $575M school package
Hutchinson News, 05/06/2006

Jim Sullinger
Lawmakers strive to end school impasse
Kansas City Star, 05/06/2006

April Middleton
Making a millionaires
Salina Journal, 05/07/2006

Nikki Patrick
Breaking ground
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 05/07/2006

J-W Editorial
Healthy habits [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 05/07/2006

Joel Mathis
Changing faces
Lawrence Journal World, 05/07/2006

The people and public schools
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/08/2006

Sophia Maines
As KU tuition climbs, so does financial aid
Lawrence Journal World, 05/08/2006

The Capital-Journal
Governor honors teen scholars
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/08/2006

Icess Fernandez
Board to vote on site for new school
Wichita Eagle, 05/08/2006

Mike Belt
Documentary has origins in evolution 'dramatics'
Lawrence Journal World, 05/08/2006

Duane Johnson
Seaman board considers teaching principal
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/09/2006

Kasha Stoll
KU breaks ground on news multicultural resource center
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/09/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Teacher and Nurse days say thank you
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/09/2006

Steve Painter
Lawmakers deadlock on school funds
Wichita Eagle, 05/09/2006

Eric Weslander
Appeals court overturns ruling favoring fraternity
Lawrence Journal World, 05/09/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 reports theft of money
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/09/2006

John Milburn
House floats new school offer mimicking earlier Senate version
Hays Daily News, 05/09/2006

Rebecca Sistrup Gerber
School Board hears about high school traffic control
Dodge City Daily Globe, 05/09/2006

Kathryn Mayes
AG speaks to Anthony Middle School students abuot safe internet use
Manhattan Mercury, 05/09/2006

Fred Mann
Teacher will graduate agains after 39 years
Wichita Eagle, 05/09/2006

John Milburn
Bell hasn't rung on school finance talks
Hutchinson News, 05/09/2006

Icess Fernandez
Board OKs school near 21st, Grove
Wichita Eagle, 05/09/2006

Chris Green
Loyd agains is a key school finance leader
Hutchinson News, 05/09/2006

J-W Editorial
Tuition balance [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 05/09/2006

John Milburn
Senate rejects latest school funds plan
Lawrence Journal World, 05/09/2006

Dave Ranney
District gives up on all-day kindergarten
Lawrence Journal World, 05/09/2006

'Kansas v. Darwin' focuses on drama
Wichita Eagle, 05/09/2006

Chris Moon
Jessica's law passes
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/09/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Seach underscores value of interim leader
Kansas City Star, 05/09/2006

Jim Sullinger
School funding measure stalls
Kansas City Star, 05/09/2006

Building relationships
Hutchinson News, 05/09/2006

Chris Green
Unofficially, Loyd key school finance leader
Garden City Telegram, 05/09/2006

John Hanna
Abstinence-only mandate loses steam
Lawrence Journal World, 05/10/2006

J-W Editorials
Slow to act [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 05/10/2006

John Milburn
House approves new school finance offer
Hutchinson News, 05/10/2006

Dave Ranney
Haskell focuses on bottom line
Lawrence Journal World, 05/10/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
For the kids' sake pick Jana Shaver [opinion]
Iola Register, 05/10/2006

Michael Strand
Winter discusses funding for schools [opinion]
Salina Journal, 05/10/2006

A reasonable recommendation
Manhattan Mercury, 05/10/2006

John Hanna
Abstinence-only mandate cools
Salina Journal, 05/10/2006

School plan completed
Iola Register, 05/10/2006

Lynn Jenkins
A great year for Learning Quest
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 05/10/2006

Kathryn Mayes
Local district benefits
Manhattan Mercury, 05/10/2006

Scott Rochat
Governor salutes scholars
Emporia Gazette, 05/10/2006

John Hanna
Abstinence-only mandate on sex education stalls
Hutchinson News, 05/10/2006

Sophia Maines
Students help young girls deal with anger problems
Lawrence Journal World, 05/10/2006

David Klepper
Abstinence-only proposal changes
Kansas City Star, 05/10/2006

Lewis W. Diuguid
Amid all the frustrations, so many rewards
Kansas City Star, 05/10/2006

Scott Rothschild
Legislature approves school board finance plan
Lawrence Journal World, 05/10/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth and Ric Anderson
State school board still debating sex education
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/10/2006

David Klepper
State BOE weighs sex-ed guidelines
Wichita Eagle, 05/10/2006

Melvin Neufeld
Power to the people [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/10/2006

News item: soft-drink makers end school sales [cartoon]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/10/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Theft of district funds reported at $20,000
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/10/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
The good ones [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/10/2006

Fred Mann
Tech school troubles County Commission
Wichita Eagle, 05/10/2006

Steve Painter
Senate mulls House plan for schools
Wichita Eagle, 05/10/2006

Scott Rochat
Legislators split on school finance
Emporia Gazette, 05/10/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
National Merit goes to Heights senior
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/10/2006

Gayle Weber
FHSU graduation set for Saturday
Hays Daily News, 05/10/2006

Lynn Jenkins
CPA celebrates session successes
Chanute Tribune, 05/10/2006

Senate narrowly approves $541M school finance bill
Chanute Tribune, 05/10/2006

Dave Stephens
Group recommends renovation plan for Hutchinson schools that could cost $86M
Hutchinson News, 05/11/2006

Scott Rothschild
Sebelius hopes $466.2M enough to dismiss school suit
Lawrence Journal World, 05/11/2006

School renovation plan
Hutchinson News, 05/11/2006

Brookins [cartoon]
Hutchinson News, 05/11/2006

Chris Green
Lawmakers unsure if move will suit court
Hutchinson News, 05/11/2006

Sophia Maines
Cancer center said to need $331M
Lawrence Journal World, 05/11/2006

John Milburn
Sebelius declares 'victory for Kansans'
Hutchinson News, 05/11/2006

Dave Ranney
Haskell president to retire
Lawrence Journal World, 05/11/2006

Anthony Hensley
Irresponsible plan [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/11/2006

Steve Fry
Building projects fill WU Regents' agenda
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/11/2006

Christina M. Woods
To teach, to lead
Wichita Eagle, 05/11/2006

Crowson's view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 05/11/2006

Rhonda Holman
Enough? Schools plan may not satisfy court
Wichita Eagle, 05/11/2006

Chris Moon
Court still wields gavel over school finance
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/11/2006

Steve Painter
School bill gets mixed review
Wichita Eagle, 05/11/2006

Dave Ranney
Record graduation expected
Lawrence Journal World, 05/11/2006

Tim Carpenter
Swing vote came late
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/11/2006

Kansas legislators fail the children [editorial]
Kansas City Star, 05/11/2006

Chris Green
School bill ready for Sebelius
Salina Journal, 05/11/2006

Chris Moon
Speculation begins over school finance plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/11/2006

Enerson Lynn Jr
School funding bill adds $541 million; needs court OK [opinion]
Iola Register, 05/11/2006

Bob Johnson
USD 257 gets 5% more in state aid
Iola Register, 05/11/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
'Payback' blamed for lost school funds
Johnson County Sun, 05/11/2006

USD 475 responds to education bill
Junction City Daily Union, 05/11/2006

Elaine Bessler
Forum focuses on how media covers ID debate
Johnson County Sun, 05/11/2006

Schools here left begging [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 05/11/2006

Sarah St. John
Siegfreid: School proposal not fair
Olathe Daily News, 05/11/2006

Rachael Bossow
Legislature passes school finance plan
Leavenworth Times, 05/11/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Money game
Hays Daily News, 05/11/2006

State aid to area schools to go up under bill
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/11/2006

Colleen Surridge
LCC staff will get pay raises
Parson Sun, 05/11/2006

John Richmeier
School officials weigh impact of finance plan
Leavenworth Times, 05/11/2006

Steve Fitzgerald
'Senator Zero' [letter to the editor]
Leavenworth Times, 05/11/2006

Hooray!
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/11/2006

John D. Montgomery
Education [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 05/11/2006

Positive step
Garden City Telegram, 05/11/2006

Haskell Indian Nations University head to retire
Wichita Eagle, 05/12/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Education funding wanna bet?
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/12/2006

J-W Staff Reports
KU law professor to serve as legislative counsel
Lawrence Journal World, 05/12/2006

Sophia Maines
KU hopes to get more than $3M from FEMA
Lawrence Journal World, 05/12/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
37% of Seaman ballots returned
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/12/2006

Dave Ranney
Tribal leaders urge Haskell funding shift
Lawrence Journal World, 05/12/2006

School plan isn't fair [editorial]
Olathe Daily News, 05/12/2006

Jessica Tims
Thumbs up thumbs down [editorial]
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 05/12/2006

David Reber
Too far off [letter to the editor]
Lawrence Journal World, 05/13/2006

Chris Moon
Washburn tuition to increase
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/13/2006

J-W Editorial
Effective leaders [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 05/13/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Faculty weigh in on Carlsen exit inquiry
Kansas City Star, 05/13/2006

Dolph C. Simons Jr
Residents' want sometimes outpace their willingness to pay
Lawrence Journal World, 05/13/2006

The Capital-Journal
WU students recognize help of former teachers
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/13/2006

Sophia Maines
KU cell phone numbers shrinking
Lawrence Journal World, 05/13/2006

Judith Zaccaria
Local school board OKs raising of LOB
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/13/2006

Pressure behind soda deal [editorial]
Hutchinson News, 05/13/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Legislators wait for word from court
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 05/13/2006

Icess Fernandez
Filipinos help fill need for teachers
Wichita Eagle, 05/14/2006

Jim Sullinger
Distribution of school funds criticized
Kansas City Star, 05/14/2006

Dion Lefler and Hurst Laviana
Few teachers among local science grads
Wichita Eagle, 05/14/2006

Jan Biles
Little Rock Nine broke ground
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/14/2006

J-W Editorial
School subplots [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 05/14/2006

Sophia Maines
KU provost handing over reins
Lawrence Journal World, 05/14/2006

Randy Scholfield
'Reschool'
Wichita Eagle, 05/14/2006

Chris Moon
School finance faces scrutiny
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/14/2006

Michael Strand
Drowning in Debt
Salina Journal, 05/14/2006

Tim Vandenack
Intense ed board elections expected
Hutchinson News, 05/14/2006

Kathryn Mayes
KSU slightly better off due to legislative work
Manhattan Mercury, 05/14/2006

Micah Mertes
Fort Hays grads top record books
Hays Daily News, 05/14/2006

Mary Clarkin
Take back Kansas brings effort to Hutchinson with Thursday rally
Hutchinson News, 05/15/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
School fights cyber bullies
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/15/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Inclusion of all
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/15/2006

Are charter schools better?
Wichita Eagle, 05/15/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Citzenship
Hays Daily News, 05/15/2006

Lindsey Geisler
District to publish budget
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/16/2006

Corrections
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/16/2006

Mary Lou Herring
Students shortchanged [letters to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/16/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Topeka High chooses principal
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/16/2006

Chris Moon
Schools prepare for tuition increases
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/16/2006

Joel Mathis
Mumps unwanted guest on graduation weekend
Lawrence Journal World, 05/16/2006

Dave Ranney
All hope lost for all-day kindergarten
Lawrence Journal World, 05/16/2006

Chris Green
College savings program could help poor families
Garden City Telegram, 05/16/2006

Chris Green
College sacvings program awaits governor's signature
Chanute Tribune, 05/16/2006

Asher Bob White
Legislature didn't pay heed to its own education studies [letter to the editor]
Hays Daily News, 05/16/2006

Colleen Surridge
Local education funding to increase
Parson Sun, 05/16/2006

Sophia Maines
KU reshapes policy on research
Lawrence Journal World, 05/17/2006

Open appeal for support
Hutchinson News, 05/17/2006

Associated Press
Hearing postponed in school shooting case
Hutchinson News, 05/17/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Magnets a big draw
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/17/2006

John Green
Request by parents for more school zones stalls
Hutchinson News, 05/17/2006

John Milburn
Parents, officials ponder effects of plan
Salina Journal, 05/17/2006

Jon Ruhlen
Umbarger had tough time in school vote
Parsons Sun, 05/17/2006

No extreme makeover for WU
Wichita Eagle, 05/18/2006

Tuition and fee plan will be available today
Lawrence Journal World, 05/18/2006

[School nutrition cartoon]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/18/2006

Mark Fagan
Lawrence schools make grade
Lawrence Journal World, 05/18/2006

Sophia Maines
KU researcher's work on kidneys published in journal
Lawrence Journal World, 05/18/2006

Dave Ranney
'Normal' folks needed in study aimed at fighting depression
Lawrence Journal World, 05/18/2006

Dave Toplikar
Weseman: Grad clash not in cards next year
Lawrence Journal World, 05/18/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Economics, schooling touted as legacy
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/18/2006

Paul Suellentrop
Unwieldy costume restricts Shocker mascot
Wichita Eagle, 05/18/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Extreme makeover:WUShock edition
Hutchinson News, 05/18/2006

News Staff
Liberal teacher faces charges for rape of girl
Hutchinson News, 05/18/2006

K.T. Gregg
Ill-advised legislation [letter to the editor]
Hutchinson News, 05/18/2006

Chris Green
Lawmakers to address glitch in school bill
Hutchinson News, 05/18/2006

Marvin Estes
Local board OKs holding mill levy flat [letter to the editor]
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/18/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Board votes down change to meetings
Hays Daily News, 05/18/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
Spin's in vote unanimous, reasons not county's lawmakers report
Johnson County Sun, 05/18/2006

Bob Sigman
Legislature in a rut
Johnson County Sun, 05/18/2006

Steve Rose
Sodom and Gomorrah
Johnson County Sun, 05/18/2006

Mara Rose Williams
Regents to vote on fixed tuition
Kansas City Star, 05/19/2006

Icess Fernandez
Northwest students practice math, science while building site
Wichita Eagle, 05/19/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Voters approve Seaman projects
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/19/2006

Mark McCormick
Education must be a priority
Wichita Eagle, 05/19/2006

Chris Moon
Universities request tuition increases
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/19/2006

Amanda O'Toole
Going to college may get pricer
Wichita Eagle, 05/19/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 hoping for share of hotel room fees
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/19/2006

Sophia Maines
Fire victim focuses on future as graduation from KU nears
Lawrence Journal World, 05/19/2006

Associated Press
Sixth suit against military school settled
Lawrence Journal World, 05/19/2006

Dave Ranney
Kansas lawmakers in D.C. urge more funding for Haskell
Lawrence Journal World, 05/19/2006

Scott Rothschild and Sophia Maines
Final phase of KU tuition increase
Lawrence Journal World, 05/19/2006

J-W Staff Reports
Energy costs a campus crisis
Lawrence Journal World, 05/19/2006

Chris Green
Governor signs college pilot proposal
Hutchinson News, 05/19/2006

Kathy Hanks
State board candidates endorsed
Hutchinson News, 05/19/2006

Kathryn Mayes
Twin digit tuition hike is sought
Manhattan Mercury, 05/19/2006

Standing by our stories
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/19/2006

West Elk district to get governor's award
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/19/2006

Chris Green
University charges could jump again
Hays Daily News, 05/19/2006

Kevin Flaherty
PSU asks for 6.4% tuition increase
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 05/19/2006

John Milburn
Sebelius signs school package
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/20/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Graduation keep us proud
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/20/2006

Chris Green
School finance traveled political maze
Hutchinson News, 05/20/2006

Icess Fernandez
Maize High physics teacher collects $25,000 honor
Wichita Eagle, 05/20/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Parents want funds repaid
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/20/2006

Steve Painter
Gov. Sebelius signs bill, but is it enough?
Wichita Eagle, 05/20/2006

Dave Stephens
Hutch school suspension policies vary
Hutchinson News, 05/20/2006

Jim Sullinger
School funding bill signed by Governor
Kansas City Star, 05/20/2006

Tim Vandenack
Hugoton, Garden programs lose aid
Hutchinson News, 05/20/2006

John Milburn
Sebelius signs $541M ed finance package
Hutchinson News, 05/20/2006

Dolph C. Simons Jr
Fresh leadership could present opportunities for KU
Lawrence Journal World, 05/20/2006

Diane Carroll
Attorney for teens says charges underserved
Kansas City Star, 05/20/2006

Scott Rothschild
Governor signs school finance bill into law
Lawrence Journal World, 05/20/2006

Mike Belt
End of an era
Lawrence Journal World, 05/20/2006

George Diepenbrock
Trio receives top KU honor
Lawrence Journal World, 05/20/2006

Vicky Smith
Grads hear about life's experiences
Chanute Tribune, 05/20/2006

Associated Press
Attorney says teen don't deserve charges
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/21/2006

Susan Wagle
School finance plan will harm economy
Wichita Eagle, 05/21/2006

Associated Press
Defense: Prank on KC-area teacher was just a prank
Wichita Eagle, 05/21/2006

Washburn University
WU School of Business receives accreditation
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/21/2006

Pete Goering
College costs still a value
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/21/2006

Businesses need WATC
Wichita Eagle, 05/21/2006

A. Ryan Jacobson
Search on for new leader
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/21/2006

Amy Conkling
Schools offer options to help prevent dropouts
Hutchinson News, 05/21/2006

Buhler USD 313 bond issue
Hutchinson News, 05/21/2006

Ryan Jacobson
Kansas oldest college looks to future
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/21/2006

Lindsey Geisler
'The future of the state'
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/21/2006

Sophia Maines
Mother, daughter graduate
Lawrence Journal World, 05/21/2006

Associated Press
$80M campus would consolidate children's agencies
Lawrence Journal World, 05/21/2006

Associated Press
Attorney says charges against students for threats unwarranted
Lawrence Journal World, 05/21/2006

News Staff
Kansas definitions for grads, dropouts
Hutchinson News, 05/21/2006

State isn't doing its part [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 05/21/2006

Jessica Tims
Georgia solution a peach [editorial]
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 05/21/2006

Now we're importing out teachers?
Wichita Eagle, 05/22/2006

Maggie Warren
WU budget complex [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/22/2006

J-W Staff Reports
Vice provost to focus on summer session
Lawrence Journal World, 05/22/2006

Scott Rothschild
Umbilical cord research receives last-minute funding
Lawrence Journal World, 05/22/2006

George Diepenbrock
President, graduates say goodbye to Baker
Lawrence Journal World, 05/22/2006

J-W Editorial
Academic focus [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 05/22/2006

Cartoon
Olathe Daily News, 05/22/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Summer brings construction to Pittsburg State campus
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 05/22/2006

School finance plan adequate, appropriate [opinion]
Dodge City Daily Globe, 05/22/2006

Associated Press
Legislators to fix school funding flaw this week
Wichita Eagle, 05/23/2006

Chris Moon
Court sets arguments in school finance case
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/23/2006

Jim Sullinger
Court sets June date to review school funding
Kansas City Star, 05/23/2006

Steve Fry
KU faculty takes tour of Kansas
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/23/2006

Dave Ranney
2007 grad date chosen
Lawrence Journal World, 05/23/2006

John Hanna
School finance flaw spurs lawmakers' return
Lawrence Journal World, 05/23/2006

Sophia Maines
$3.5M renovation to begin at Wescoe Hall
Lawrence Journal World, 05/23/2006

Michael Strand
School-finance plan not acceptable to all
Salina Journal, 05/23/2006

John D. Montgomery
Tuition hikes [opinion & editorial]
Hays Daily News, 05/23/2006

John Hanna
High court to hear school plan arguments June 22
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/23/2006

Supreme Court plans to have arguments on school bill June 22
Hays Daily News, 05/23/2006

Martin Hawver
Court to hear school bill arguments
Kansas City Kansan, 05/23/2006

Mary Clarkin
USD 313 bond election begins
Hutchinson News, 05/23/2006

Will Manly
FHSU's tuition increase lowest among Regents
Hays Daily News, 05/23/2006

Dave Stephens
School board accepts $86M suggestion
Hutchinson News, 05/23/2006

Chris Moon
State board to form opinion
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/24/2006

Higher education good values
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/24/2006

Michelle Hopkins
Kansas schools [letter to the editor]
Kansas City Star, 05/24/2006

J-W Staff and Wire Reports
Shawnee steps behind 'walking school bus'
Lawrence Journal World, 05/24/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Awbrey causes uproar
Salina Journal, 05/24/2006

Scott Rochat
Board takes a chance, increases school budget
Emporia Gazette, 05/24/2006

Michael Strand
School finances still in gray area
Salina Journal, 05/24/2006

John Green
Former Barton College coach convicted in scandal
Hutchinson News, 05/24/2006

John Green
A look at BCC's coaches, charges against them
Hutchinson News, 05/24/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Ed spokesman's comments draw ctiticism
Hutchinson News, 05/24/2006

John Laplante
Don't strangle charter schools
Kansas City Kansan, 05/24/2006

Providing nutritious meals
Hutchinson News, 05/25/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Bed tax spending coordinate [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/25/2006

Chris Moon
Board: School funding plan OK
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/25/2006

Ann Marie Bush
Organization helps nontraditional female students
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/25/2006

Sophia Maines
Online enrollment soars
Lawrence Journal World, 05/25/2006

Annie Calovich
Literacy Resources merges into Goodwill
Wichita Eagle, 05/25/2006

Rachael Bossow
Glitch in school funding bill affects city
Leavenworth Times, 05/25/2006

We fund our schools for growth
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/25/2006

Sophia Maines
Evolution, religion comments put heat on department spokesman
Lawrence Journal World, 05/26/2006

Chris Moon
Legislature's counsel eyes task
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/26/2006

Sophia Maines
State education board divided over school finance plan
Lawrence Journal World, 05/26/2006

Barbara Shelly
Studying another culture should be students' priority
Kansas City Star, 05/26/2006

Martin Hawver
At the rail
Metro News, 05/26/2006

Mark McCormick
Don't trust education-conspiracy e-mail
Wichita Eagle, 05/26/2006

Associated Press
Legislature hires lawyer for school-funding case
Wichita Eagle, 05/27/2006

Associated Press
Evolution comments draw criticism
Wichita Eagle, 05/27/2006

Crowson's view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 05/28/2006

Phillip Brownlee
Shorted USD 259 still won't get its fair share
Wichita Eagle, 05/28/2006

10 members, 15 witnesses, two months-but to what end?
Wichita Eagle, 05/28/2006

Ralph Ostmeyer
Financing our schools
Hays Daily News, 05/28/2006

Chris Moon
KU wants to lock in tuition
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/28/2006

Crowson's [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 05/29/2006

Associated Press
Spokesman criticized for comments on evolution
Kansas City Star, 05/29/2006

Kansas City Star
Shawnee schools like idea of a 'walking school bus'
Wichita Eagle, 05/29/2006

State must upgrade schools without raising taxes
Dodge City Daily Globe, 05/29/2006

Chris Moon
Hiring widens rift on board
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/30/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Legal expenses mushroom at JCCC
Kansas City Star, 05/31/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Great-grandma graduates
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/31/2006

The Capital-Journal
WU law dean gets new job
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/31/2006

Ling-Mei Wong and Eyobong Ita
Spelling bee contestants will orthographize with the best
Kansas City Star, 05/31/2006

Mark McCormick
KU student group seeks divestitute from Sudan
Wichita Eagle, 05/31/2006

Education is rife with politics [opinion]
Kansas City Kansan, 05/31/2006

Icess Fernandez
Summer school change focus
Wichita Eagle, 06/01/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
National Spelling Bee achievers [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/01/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
All three Kansas spellers still standing
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/01/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 to name new administrator
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/01/2006

Rick Alm
Is nothing S-A-C-R-E-D? You can bet on spelling bee
Kansas City Star, 06/01/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Kansan falls in finals
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/01/2006

John R. LaPlante
Don't strangle charter schools
Olathe Daily News, 06/01/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Lawmakers say plan benefits local schools
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 06/01/2006

Joseph White
Spelling Bee draws online gamblers
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/02/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 urged to look at utilization
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/02/2006

Icess Fernandez
USD 259 objects to funding formula
Wichita Eagle, 06/02/2006

Eric Weslander
Error will affect school official's DUI case
Lawrence Journal World, 06/02/2006

David Goldstein
These whiz kids win our hearts
Kansas City Star, 06/02/2006

Nursing funding available
Emporia Gazette, 06/02/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Guaranteed tuition security [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/03/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Winning word for Tolands is 'family'
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/03/2006

Steve Painter
State wants school funding suit tossed
Wichita Eagle, 06/03/2006

Icess Fernandez
How will Wichita schools spend $28.8 million?
Wichita Eagle, 06/03/2006

John Green
State's new matching grant program for school savings is first-come, first-served
Hutchinson News, 06/03/2006

Scott Rothschild
State wants high court to dismiss school suit
Lawrence Journal World, 06/03/2006

Sophia Maines
Professors join effort to root our terrorism
Lawrence Journal World, 06/05/2006

Winfield Daily Courier
School finance [opinion]
Hays Daily News, 06/05/2006

Lindsey Geisler
Heights to cut back on exchange students
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/06/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
John Toland a good man [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/06/2006

Dave Ranney
Virtual school offers free second chance
Lawrence Journal World, 06/06/2006

Keep studying
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/06/2006

Martin Hawver
Media coverage incomplete for school finance package
Kansas City Kansan, 06/06/2006

Pop Ban in School [cartoon]
Hutchinson News, 06/06/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Educators plan, await court
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/07/2006

Joe Robertson
Legality of funding KC charters challenged
Kansas City Star, 06/07/2006

Chris Moon
Education department restructured
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/08/2006

Scott Rothschild
Corkins' hires draw ire from board
Lawrence Journal World, 06/08/2006

Sophia Maines
Wescoe air tests to begin this week
Lawrence Journal World, 06/08/2006

Dave Ranney
Lawrence resident to lead national teacher education group
Lawrence Journal World, 06/08/2006

John R. LaPlante
Education is rife with politics [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 06/08/2006

Nick Sloan and Matt Kelsey
Englebrick hired by Kansas Dept. of Ed.
Kansas City Kansan, 06/08/2006

Arley Hoskin
Morrison to school district: 'Follow the law'
Johnson County Sun, 06/08/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
State claims school funds suit's too old
Johnson County Sun, 06/08/2006

Nursing care advanced [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 06/08/2006

J-W Editorials
Controversy continues
Lawrence Journal World, 06/09/2006

Sophia Maines
KU engineering team shines in NASA satellite contest
Lawrence Journal World, 06/09/2006

Amy M. Cotham
NCCC students better equipped for academic success
Chanute Tribune, 06/09/2006

Amanda O'Toole
2 dead, 2 missing on school excursion
Wichita Eagle, 06/12/2006

Amanda O'Toole
History repeats
Wichita Eagle, 06/12/2006

Sophia Maines
KU researchers fight cancer together
Lawrence Journal World, 06/12/2006

Tom Bell
Reject state science standards [editorial]
Salina Journal, 06/12/2006

Patrick S. Kelley
High-level summer jobs [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 06/12/2006

Scott Rothschild
Plaintiffs: School finance bill fails grade
Lawrence Journal World, 06/13/2006

Micah Mertes
FHSU names Mercer as Education dean
Hays Daily News, 06/13/2006

Scott Rothschild
Abstinence-based plan for sex education is returning
Lawrence Journal World, 06/14/2006

Dave Stephens
USD 308 to get additional funds for special education
Hutchinson News, 06/14/2006

Supreme Court gets greedy [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 06/14/2006

Chris Moon
State board says no sex is still best
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/15/2006

Scott Rothschild
Education department spokesman leaves job
Lawrence Journal World, 06/15/2006

Realism and sex education
Winfield Daily Courier, 06/15/2006

Elaine Bessier
Board approves changes
Johnson County Sun, 06/15/2006

Patrick E. Lowry
Sex education [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 06/15/2006

Elaine Bessier and Arley Hoskin
Just say no to sex
Johnson County Sun, 06/15/2006

The watchdog if graduation were mandatory
Kansas City Star, 06/16/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
JCCC confirms interim choice
Kansas City Star, 06/16/2006

Joe Robertson
Ruling upset legal battles
Kansas City Star, 06/16/2006

Laurie Au
GED offers graduates a better life
Kansas City Star, 06/16/2006

Sophia Maines
No legal agreement yet on schools' use of 'KU'
Lawrence Journal World, 06/16/2006

John R. LaPlante
Give charter schools room to grow
Dodge City Globe, 06/16/2006

Ann Charles
Deal with reality
Chanute Tribune, 06/16/2006

Ann Charles
Abstinence lessons [editoiral]
Parson Sun, 06/16/2006

The groups of 6 and 4 [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 06/17/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
KASB presenting public forums across state
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/17/2006

Amanda O'Toole
'Consoled by friends'
Wichita Eagle, 06/17/2006

J-W Staff Reports
Federal grant will help state expand number of charter schools
Lawrence Journal World, 06/17/2006

Sophia Maines
Professor to advise president, Congress
Lawrence Journal World, 06/17/2006

Districts should give students all the facts
Kansas City Star, 06/18/2006

Associated Press
Officials talked to teen suspects
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/19/2006

Laura Scoot
From this farm, a grassroots movement grows [opinion]
Kansas City Star, 06/19/2006

Sophia Maines
Researchers seek to find out how children learn words
Lawrence Journal World, 06/19/2006

Jim Sullinger
Court to address school funding
Kansas City Star, 06/20/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Education focus of local forum
Hays Daily News, 06/20/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
USD 489 seeks hike in LOB tax
Hays Daily News, 06/20/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
District prioritizing extra school funding
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/21/2006

April Middleton
District plans for school funding
Salina Journal, 06/21/2006

John LaPlante
Don't play games with proficiency standards
Kansas City Kansan, 06/21/2006

Bill Felber
O'Neal sees school finance ruling soon
Manhattan Mercury, 06/21/2006

Mike Corn
Dwindling numbers
Hays Daily News, 06/21/2006

Kristen Waggener
Sending a message
Garden City Telegram, 06/21/2006

Colleen Surridge
Grand jury does not indict LCC president
Parsons Sun, 06/21/2006

Chris Moon
School money: Pass or fail?
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/22/2006

John Hanna
Regents expected to OK tuition hikes
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/22/2006

Sophia Maines
KU to get $2M microscope
Lawrence Journal World, 06/22/2006

Scott Rothschild
School funding suit begins in court today
Lawrence Journal World, 06/22/2006

Jones Institute for Educational Excellence
ESU Kansas helps future teachers
Emporia Gazette, 06/22/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Plenty of issues, but no citizens
Hays Daily News, 06/22/2006

Conservatives get their way [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 06/22/2006

Patrick Lowry
Not optional [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 06/22/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
Parents target top court for school funds
Johnson County Sun, 06/22/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
Parents sue for school funds in federal court
Johnson County Sun, 06/22/2006

Bob Sigman
Seeking a new ear
Johnson County Sun, 06/22/2006

Kathryn Mayes
Regents tout KSU value
Manhattan Mercury, 06/22/2006

John R. LaPlante
Don't play games with proficiency standards
Olathe Daily News, 06/22/2006

Chris Moon
Senator says justice may be looking for way out of the case
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/23/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Regents approve another tuition hike
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/23/2006

Icess Fernandez
Some students are struggling to come up with extra money
Wichita Eagle, 06/23/2006

Mara Rose Williams
Tuition rises at 6 state schools
Kansas City Star, 06/23/2006

Sophia Maines
Regent takes tuition stand
Lawrence Journal World, 06/23/2006

Scott Rothschild
Sides spar over school finance
Lawrence Journal World, 06/23/2006

Kevin Flaherty
PSU tuition increase approved
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 06/23/2006

Kim Holcomb
Regents approve tuition hikes
Emporia Gazette, 06/23/2006

John R. LaPlante
Don't water down proficiency standards [opinion]
Dodge City Globe, 06/23/2006

Emily Behlmann
Funds could help program's retention efforts
Garden City Telegram, 06/23/2006

School funding's court test [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 06/25/2006

Micah Mertes
Officials say university education still a good buy
Hays Daily News, 06/26/2006

Tim Vandenack
Program seeks to grow ESL teachers
Hutchinson News, 06/26/2006

John R. LaPlante
The proficiency standards game
Salina Journal, 06/26/2006

Crowson's view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 06/27/2006

Tom Brungardt
Thank you, State board of education
Junction City Daily Union, 06/27/2006

Eric Swanson
Advocate: State ranks high but must do more for kids
Dodge City Globe, 06/28/2006

No easy fix in school case [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 06/29/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
Bailing out or rowing?
Johnson County Sun, 06/29/2006

Emily Behlmann
State board forum address issues relating to state's public education
Garden City Telegram, 06/30/2006

School district should lower mill levy
Olathe Daily News, 06/30/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Corkins: Policies will not change
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 06/30/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Sawyer given comfy raise
Topeka Capital Journal, 06/30/2006

The tuition square dance [cartoon]
Chanute Tribune, 06/30/2006

Chris Moon
Critic formerly a supporter
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/01/2006

Keeping college graduates is wise investment in the future
Kansas City Star, 07/01/2006

Emily Behlmann
Community college to offer weapons class
Garden City Telegram, 07/01/2006

Sarah Benson
Students sweep historical awards
Lawrence Journal World, 07/02/2006

Amanda O'Toole
Retired teachers take pay hit from state
Wichita Eagle, 07/05/2006

Sophia Maines
Regent supports study abroad requirement
Lawrence Journal World, 07/05/2006

Dave Seaton
KASB official asks what do we want our schools to do
Winfield Daily Courier, 07/05/2006

Scott Rothschild
Cultures clash in Democratic primary
Lawrence Journal World, 07/06/2006

Emily Behlmann
Job outlook good for recent grads
Garden City Telegram, 07/06/2006

Amy M. Cotham
KASB reports 'what Kansas should know'
Chanute Tribune, 07/06/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Policy for trips outside U.S. change
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/08/2006

Crowson's view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 07/08/2006

Randy Scholfield
Evolve State BOE is at the crossroads [editorial]
Wichita Eagle, 07/08/2006

Scott Rothschild
Group promotes science standards
Lawrence Journal World, 07/08/2006

Scott Rothschild
Law firm drops out of school litigation
Lawrence Journal World, 07/08/2006

Sophia Maines
Job cut streamlines KU bureaucracy
Lawrence Journal World, 07/08/2006

Sophia Maines
Higher loan rates raise cost of education
Lawrence Journal World, 07/10/2006

Michael Mathes
School food is good [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/11/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
Great Bend scandal could be a catalyst for CC reforms [opinion]
Iola Register, 07/11/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Education board examines turnover
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/12/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Wanted: qualified teachers
Kansas City Star, 07/12/2006

Gena Terlizzi
State education board considers restraints for special ed students
Lawrence Journal World, 07/12/2006

Micah Mertes
Nursing program gets shot in arm
Hays Daily News, 07/12/2006

John Hanna
State board takes up charter debate
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/13/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Sawyer pay in line with peers
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/13/2006

Turnover isn't troubling, yet [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 07/13/2006

Steve Vockrodt
City could get KSU research center
Olathe Daily News, 07/13/2006

John Green
Ex-BCCC track coach convicted
Hutchinson News, 07/13/2006

Emily Behlmann
GCCC board to consider staff raises at meeting
Garden City Telegram, 07/13/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
School bond issue possible
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/14/2006

Brad Cooper and Jason Gertzen
K-State plans Olathe site
Kansas City Star, 07/14/2006

Mara Rose Williams
School offers free tuition
Kansas City Star, 07/14/2006

Ann Charles
Coach gets red card [opinion]
Chanute Tribune, 07/14/2006

J-W Editorials
Going along [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 07/14/2006

Steve Vockrodt
KSU project could add jobs, investment
Olathe Daily News, 07/14/2006

Richard Luken
Board OKs study
Iola Register, 07/14/2006

Bruce Symes
Online classes enter new world
Iola Register, 07/14/2006

High turnover rate
Hutchinson News, 07/14/2006

Kathryn Mayes
KSU eyes Olathe for bioscience
Manhattan Mercury, 07/15/2006

Gena Terlizzi
Failing grade on No Child Left Behind could redirect money
Lawrence Journal World, 07/15/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr
Olathe land donation is major event for KSU and Kansas
Lawrence Journal World, 07/15/2006

Unlimited possibilities [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 07/15/2006

Sophia Maines
Retirees say KU burns bridges by raising fees, leaving them out of the loop
Lawrence Journal World, 07/16/2006

J-W Editorials
KU message [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 07/16/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Education department irrelevant? [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/17/2006

Sophia Maines
New president stresses progress, unity
Lawrence Journal World, 07/18/2006

Ron Knox
Vandalized campus Jayhawk could fly the coop
Lawrence Journal World, 07/18/2006

Martin Hawver
An out of field problem
Kansas City Kansan, 07/18/2006

Ann Charles
Focus on education [editorial]
Parson Sun, 07/18/2006

Connie Morris
Evolution theory questionable
Garden City Telegram, 07/18/2006

Sophia Maines
Wescoe needs to clear the air
Lawrence Journal World, 07/19/2006

Sophia Maines
KU fraternity recognized for grades, philanthropy
Lawrence Journal World, 07/19/2006

Claudian Lauer
State eyes teacher retention
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/19/2006

David Chartrand
Give us a definition for 'children at risk'
Olathe Daily News, 07/19/2006

John LaPlante
Education debate: More than sex and evolution
Kansas City Kansan, 07/19/2006

Kathleen Sebelius
Teachers key to Kansas' future
Chanute Tribune, 07/19/2006

The Capital-Journal
Former KU official dies at age 90
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/20/2006

Karen Shideler
KU plans pharmacy school for Wichita
Wichita Eagle, 07/20/2006

By design
Garden City Telegram, 07/20/2006

Elaine Bessier
State board approves division changes, appoints commissioners
Johnson County Sun, 07/20/2006

Andi Atwater
State grant expands nursing program
Wichita Eagle, 07/21/2006

Emily Behlmann
Regents hope grants will draw nurses to programs
Garden City Telegram, 07/21/2006

Martin Hawver
Teaching shortage is next problem
Wichita Eagle, 07/21/2006

Sophia Maines
Arbitration concludes for fired ex-president KU Alumni Association
Lawrence Journal World, 07/21/2006

Grants from regents begin program to combat state's nursing shortage
Hays Daily News, 07/21/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr
Legislative report card may not aid higher education effort
Lawrence Journal World, 07/22/2006

J-W Editorials
Nursing resources [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 07/22/2006

Vicky Smith
NCCC adopts degrees to occupation guide
Chanute Tribune, 07/22/2006

Cheryl Shepherd-Adams
State BOE's own evolution
Hays Daily News, 07/23/2006

Tim Vandenack
Public school science standards a key issue
Hutchinson News, 07/23/2006

Sophia Maines
KU supports K-State move into Olathe
Lawrence Journal World, 07/23/2006

Hurst Laviana
Inter-Faith offers homeless shelter from summer's heat
Wichita Eagle, 07/25/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Schools await decision
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/25/2006

Jeremy Mohn
Science must be silent on God
Garden City Telegram, 07/25/2006

Chris Moon
How was the money spent?
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/26/2006

Steve Painter
School ruling to come Friday
Wichita Eagle, 07/27/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Districts not keen on full disclosure
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/27/2006

Chris Moon
School ruling coming Friday
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/27/2006

Jim Sullinger and Melodee Hall Blobaum
Court will announce school decision Friday
Kansas City Star, 07/27/2006

Leonard Hall
Challenges in deaf education
Olathe Daily News, 07/27/2006

JCCC approved for degree and five advanced certificates in gaming
Johnson County Sun, 07/27/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
ID proponents to discuss standards
Hays Daily News, 07/27/2006

Patrick Lowry
Full disclosure [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 07/27/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Education lawsuit open up [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/28/2006

Chris Moon
Financial secrets criticized
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/28/2006

Jennifer Sackhoff
School finance lawsuit dismissed
Junction City Daily Union, 07/28/2006

Sarah St. John
Budget uncertainty clouds new year
Olathe Daily News, 07/28/2006

Eric Swanson
Debate over science standards coming to SW Kansas
Dodge City Globe, 07/28/2006

Gabriel Lippincott
DCCC to participate in survey of state's colleges
Dodge City Globe, 07/28/2006

Cheryl Shepherd-Adams
ID promoters' perpetual folly
Garden City Telegram, 07/28/2006

Emily Behlmann
Area more focused on bilingual education
Garden City Telegram, 07/28/2006

Chris Moon
A passing grade
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/29/2006

Steve Painter
Court dismisses school funding lawsuit
Wichita Eagle, 07/29/2006

Jim Sullinger and Melodee Hall Blobaum
School funding suit dismissed
Kansas City Star, 07/29/2006

Scott Rothschild
School finance plan gets court's blessing
Lawrence Journal World, 07/29/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr
Naming rights another way money talks in college athletics
Lawrence Journal World, 07/29/2006

Mark Schremmer
It's been a long trip [editorial]
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 07/29/2006

Katie Stockstill
Local officials see ruling as 'a positive step'
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 07/29/2006

Michael Strand
For its school finance decision, the state legislature receives a passing grade
Salina Journal, 07/29/2006

Michael Strand
LOBs a part of life
Salina Journal, 07/29/2006

Sarah St. John
Court: School plan OK
Olathe Daily News, 07/29/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Education funding dismissed
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/30/2006

Chris Moon
Ruling offers no guarantees
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/30/2006

Rhonda Holman
It's over ruling doesn't change responsibility
Wichita Eagle, 07/30/2006

Dave Ranney
Schools shrink as Kansans pull up stakes
Lawrence Journal World, 07/30/2006

J-W Editorials
End in sight? [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 07/30/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Court ruling provides direction for schools
Hays Daily News, 07/30/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
For school districts, ruling enables them to resume work
Topeka Capital Journal, 07/31/2006

Tom Bell
Coalition owes taxpayers [editorial]
Salina Journal, 07/31/2006

A reasonable time to let go [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 07/31/2006

John Richard Schrock
Science standards need to be 'natural'
Wichita Eagle, 08/01/2006

Sophia Maines
Lecture series tackles dispute over evolution
Lawrence Journal World, 08/01/2006

J-W Editorials
Passing the buck [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 08/02/2006

John D. Montgomery
School finance [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 08/02/2006

School funding lawsuit dismissal [cartoon]
Manhattan Mercury, 08/02/2006

Kathleen Sebelius
School ruling a win for children
Iola Register, 08/03/2006

Funding back in legislature
Johnson County Sun, 08/03/2006

Overcoming nurse shortage [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 08/03/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
Montoy education case over, so what comes next?
Johnson County Sun, 08/03/2006

Martin Hawver
High court may be big winner in ruling
Junction City Daily Union, 08/03/2006

Ruling leaves door open for more lawsuits
Olathe Daily News, 08/03/2006

Crowson's view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 08/04/2006

Richard Harris
Legislators should hang their heads
Wichita Eagle, 08/04/2006

Sophia Maines
KU shocked that record grant may be in peril
Lawrence Journal World, 08/04/2006

Garance Burke
AG dismisses most serious charge in case of school shooting plot
Lawrence Journal World, 08/04/2006

Martin Hawver
At the rail
Metro News, 08/04/2006

Dave Stephens
Districts examine at-large options
Hutchinson News, 08/04/2006

Kathleen Sebelius
School ruling a win for kids
Chanute Tribune, 08/04/2006

Garance Burke
A.G. drops charge in foiled school plot
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/05/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Schools increasingly have foreign flair
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/05/2006

Diane Carroll
Foundation to cut KU grant
Kansas City Star, 08/05/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr
KU reaction seems to underplay impact of lost NSF grant
Lawrence Journal World, 08/05/2006

Sophia Maines
KU: Flawed review led to lost funds
Lawrence Journal World, 08/05/2006

Eric Swanson
End of school finance lawsuit produces relief, disappointment
Dodge City Globe, 08/05/2006

Icess Fernandez
Teachers appeal online for supplies
Wichita Eagle, 08/06/2006

Evolution [cartoon]
Kansas City Star, 08/07/2006

Phillip Brownlee
Merge consolidate districts
Wichita Eagle, 08/07/2006

Sophia Maines
No significant problems found in initial Wescoe air-quality tests
Lawrence Journal World, 08/08/2006

Alan Hoskins
KCKCC nursing program receives $272K grant
Kansas City Kansan, 08/08/2006

Scott Rochat
ESU search narrowed to five
Emporia Gazette, 08/08/2006

Chris Moon
Corkins says he's staying put
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/09/2006

Scott Rothschild
State board agrees with Legislature's school funding
Lawrence Journal World, 08/09/2006

Dan K. Thomasson
Science still evolving in Kansas
Salina Journal, 08/09/2006

Emily Behlmann
Lack of tuition does not preclude costs from public schools
Garden City Telegram, 08/09/2006

School funds [editorial]
Garden City Telegram, 08/09/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Pair plead guilty in Kansas school plot
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/10/2006

Sophia Maines
Appeal unlikely in loss of grant
Lawrence Journal World, 08/10/2006

Bob Sigman
Touchy case put to bed
Johnson County Sun, 08/10/2006

Chris Moon
Newspaper seeking ruling from court
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/11/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Open records law no apologies [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/11/2006

Susan Lynn
Riverton teens now need community of caregivers [opinion]
Iola Register, 08/11/2006

Bruce Symes
Housing in short supply at college
Iola Register, 08/11/2006

J-W Editorials
Back on track [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 08/13/2006

Chris Moon and Barbara Hollingsworth
School spending revealed
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/13/2006

Papers, pundits react to State BOE primary
Wichita Eagle, 08/13/2006

Crowson's view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 08/13/2006

Robert P. Maxson
College hires new vice president
Junction City Daily Union, 08/13/2006

Sophia Maines
Pluto solid as a rock at KU
Lawrence Journal World, 08/15/2006

Bob Johnson
257 considers tax increase
Iola Register, 08/15/2006

Derek Schmidt
New online tutor available for kids
Iola Register, 08/15/2006

Sarah St. John
Not all agree on bond price tag
Olathe Daily News, 08/15/2006

Justin Pope
Kansans make gains in ACT
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/16/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Kansas State research prairie fuel [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/16/2006

Joe Robertson
On ACT, progress is slow
Kansas City Star, 08/16/2006

Scott Rochat
ESU considers changes
Emporia Gazette, 08/16/2006

Katie Stockstill
USD 250 thinks taxpayers will like budget proposal
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 08/16/2006

School aid suits were a last resort [opinion]
Winfield Daily Courier, 08/16/2006

One expelled in foiled school plot
Iola Register, 08/16/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
ACT results varied in local high schools
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/17/2006

Suzanne Perez Tobias
Wichita teen scores perfect on ACT, SAT
Wichita Eagle, 08/17/2006

Dave Ranney
City's ACT scores beat national average
Lawrence Journal World, 08/17/2006

Sophia Maines
University to stand by center, despite grant loss
Lawrence Journal World, 08/17/2006

Scott Rothschild
KU to get $6 million --- of needed $230 million --- for repairs
Lawrence Journal World, 08/17/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Portable classrooms earn an A
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/17/2006

Kathryn Mayes
Area students to average ACT scores
Manhattan Mercury, 08/17/2006

Kathryn Mayes
School funding process is hit
Manhattan Mercury, 08/17/2006

Nick Sloan
KCK Schools roll out budget
Kansas City Kansan, 08/17/2006

Icess Fernandez
City sets ACT-taking record
Wichita Eagle, 08/18/2006

Sophia Maines
Professors surprised, honored by $5,000 fellowship awards
Lawrence Journal World, 08/18/2006

Sophia Maines
KU climbs in national rankings
Lawrence Journal World, 08/18/2006

George Diepenbrock
Bicycle ban doesn't sit well with all children must be in third grade or higher to ride bikes to school
Lawrence Journal World, 08/18/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Little learners, but not little days
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/18/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
More funding sought for struggling blacks
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/18/2006

Sophia Maines
Institute taking over archaeological collections
Lawrence Journal World, 08/18/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Education challenges getting testy [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/19/2006

Chris Moon
Kline: Open funding records
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/19/2006

Steve Painter
Spending records sought
Kansas City Star, 08/19/2006

Steve Painter
Kline seeks legal expense list
Wichita Eagle, 08/19/2006

J-W Editorials
KU access [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 08/19/2006

Ed Trimmer
Editorial on school aid suits hit nail on the head
Winfield Daily Courier, 08/19/2006

Rhonda Holman
Costly legislators can avoid more school suits
Wichita Eagle, 08/20/2006

Tom Bell
Schools need to open books [editorial]
Salina Journal, 08/20/2006

Edward H. Hammond
Courage: New theme for a growing university
Hays Daily News, 08/20/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Classified jobs at USD 501 harder to fill
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/21/2006

Martin Hawver
Battle over school finance not over
Junction City Daily Union, 08/21/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Nursing program expanding
Hays Daily News, 08/21/2006

Sophia Maines
Species of little people didn't exist, KU professor contends
Lawrence Journal World, 08/22/2006

Jennifer Torrens
District officials offer school budget
Emporia Gazette, 08/22/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 negotiators strike contract deal
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/23/2006

Lawrence M. Krauss
Evolution fight is against ignorance, not faith
Kansas City Star, 08/23/2006

Catherine Ho
Plan could reinstate driver's ed for teens
Wichita Eagle, 08/24/2006

No child should find math, science boring
Olathe Daily News, 08/24/2006

J-W Editorials
Opening doors
Lawrence Journal World, 08/25/2006

Sophia Maines and Laura Berger
KU to weave larger wireless Web
Lawrence Journal World, 08/25/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Schools group opens its spending records
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/25/2006

Tim Carpenter
Mays ridicules legal fees
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/26/2006

Icess Fernandez
Filipino teachers get to know Wichita, schools
Wichita Eagle, 08/26/2006

Tom Bell
A win for Kansas taxpayers [editorial]
Salina Journal, 08/26/2006

Katie Stockstill
Area school districts putting money to use
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 08/26/2006

Emily Behlmann
Checks, balances prevent abuses
Garden City Telegram, 08/26/2006

Feeling the need to sue
Hutchinson News, 08/27/2006

Dave Toplikar
Students steering clear of e-books
Lawrence Journal World, 08/27/2006

Amy Conkling
The dead language?
Hutchinson News, 08/28/2006

Dan Hester
Community college cheaper option for higher education
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/29/2006

Patrice R. Holderbach
KSU, others don't screen for students' criminal past
Topeka Capital Journal, 08/30/2006

Icess Fernandez and Tim Potter
City, schools feud over cops
Wichita Eagle, 08/30/2006

J-W Editorials
Smaller is better? [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 08/30/2006

Sophia Maines
Scalia's Turkey trip paid by KU
Lawrence Journal World, 08/30/2006

Inaction was more costly [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 08/30/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Sebelius provides trash talk
Hays Daily News, 08/31/2006

Bruce Symes
ACCC opens Health Care Academy
Iola Register, 08/31/2006

Sophia Maines
KU classified employees still adjusting to system
Lawrence Journal World, 09/01/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Silver Lake to explore construction costs
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/02/2006

Ready for all-day
Hutchinson News, 09/03/2006

Tim Carpenter
Money spread beyond courtrooms
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/03/2006

Chris Moon
School group's lobbying targeted top legislators
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/03/2006

Tim Carpenter
IRS delinquencies settled
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/04/2006

Tim Carpenter
Quirky spending discovered
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/05/2006

Chad Lawhorn
KU professor leaves legacy of promoting American Indian literature, culture
Lawrence Journal World, 09/05/2006

J-W Editorials
Tuition inflation [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 09/05/2006

Karrey Britt
School volunteers rarely screened in Kansas
Lawrence Journal World, 09/05/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Trip up on math? Get tutor online
Kansas City Star, 09/06/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
Stabs at courts hold state back [opinion]
Iola Register, 09/06/2006

Scott Rothschild
District aided legal effort
Lawrence Journal World, 09/07/2006

Tim Carpenter
Online tutoring program seeks to help students excel
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/07/2006

Patrick Lowry
Folly [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 09/07/2006

Arley Hoskin
School goes hi-tech
Johnson County Sun, 09/07/2006

Tom Bell
Spending oddities revealed [editorial]
Salina Journal, 09/07/2006

Elaine Bessier
State starts free online homework help program
Johnson County Sun, 09/07/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Board OKs 6.5 percent raise for USD 501 teachers
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/08/2006

Sophia Maines
Provost focuses on student success
Lawrence Journal World, 09/08/2006

Gabriel Lippincott
Dodge City Community College Trustees want fairness in funding
Dodge City Globe, 09/08/2006

Prevent taxpayer-funded lobbyists [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 09/08/2006

Sarah St. John
Board: Standards unrealistic
Olathe Daily News, 09/08/2006

Icess Fernandez
Distance is not an obstacle
Wichita Eagle, 09/09/2006

75 years when its doors first opened in 1931, Topeka High School
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/10/2006

Lindsey Geisler
Mendez case paved way for Brown v. Board
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/11/2006

Randy Scholfield
Dragnet test all students for drugs?
Wichita Eagle, 09/11/2006

Sophia Maines
It's official: KU won't appeal NSF decision to cut funding
Lawrence Journal World, 09/12/2006

Scott Rochat
Tech college prepares for evaluation
Emporia Gazette, 09/12/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
State board won't raise bar for schools
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/13/2006

John Laplante
Are you getting More from your public schools?
Kansas City Kansan, 09/13/2006

Sarah St. John
Mentors needed
Olathe Daily News, 09/13/2006

Emily Behlmann
State decision could alter AYP results
Garden City Telegram, 09/13/2006

Dawn Bormann
Kansas won't boost required level of proficient students
Kansas City Star, 09/14/2006

Emily Behimann
Trustees updated on programs, projects
Garden City Telegram, 09/14/2006

Katie Stockstill
Officials discuss how BOE vote will affect local schools
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 09/14/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
State's test scores nose dive, discussion at forum suggests
Johnson County Sun, 09/14/2006

Elaine Bessier
State leaves lower standards in place
Johnson County Sun, 09/14/2006

Tim Carpenter
C-J's lawsuit draws fire
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/15/2006

John Milburn
State board of ed lists low-achieving schools
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/15/2006

Icess Fernandez
More local schools must allow transfers
Wichita Eagle, 09/15/2006

Beccy Tanner
Declining buildings plague colleges
Wichita Eagle, 09/15/2006

Scott Rothschild
State to explore abandoning No Child Left Behind law
Lawrence Journal World, 09/15/2006

Scott Rothschild
Morris to travel to D.C. weeks before term ends
Lawrence Journal World, 09/15/2006

Amy Conkling
Hutch library offers online tutoring service
Hutchinson News, 09/15/2006

Alisha Cooper
Failing to make the grade
Junction City Daily Union, 09/15/2006

John R. LaPlante
Are you getting more from your public schools?
Dodge City Globe, 09/15/2006

Emily Behlmann
Schools 'on improvement'
Garden City Telegram, 09/15/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Open records right to know [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/16/2006

Lisa Sandmeyer
75th anniversary history on display
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/16/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Topeka elementary stays on No Child Left Behind list
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/16/2006

Associated Press
Outgoing official plans two trips
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/16/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr
KU state officials shouldn't overlook impact of rising tuition
Lawrence Journal World, 09/16/2006

Robert Hemenway
KU chancellor address tuition increases
Lawrence Journal World, 09/16/2006

Amy M. Cotham
Technology state-of-the-art at NCCC
Chanute Tribune, 09/16/2006

Vicky Smith
Seventy years--and counting
Chanute Tribune, 09/16/2006

Jessica Tims
What would your boss say? [editorial]
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 09/16/2006

Sarah St. John
Additional science required for graduation
Olathe Daily News, 09/16/2006

Sarah St. John
Kinzer to assist JCCC chief search
Olathe Daily News, 09/16/2006

Associated Press
Morris defends trips
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/17/2006

Scott Rothschild
Crumbling colleges
Lawrence Journal World, 09/17/2006

Suzanne Perez Tobias and Icess Fernandez
Doing the math on students workload
Wichita Eagle, 09/17/2006

The education paradigms [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 09/17/2006

John R. LaPlante
School spending begs question
Salina Journal, 09/17/2006

J-W Editorials
Parting shots [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 09/18/2006

BOE controversy not done
Hutchinson News, 09/18/2006

Marc Galbraith
Students have homework; Kansas has help
Leavenworth Times, 09/18/2006

Ric Anderson
Who's doing the bullying?
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/19/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Board of Education just say 'no' [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/19/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Angst grows over NCLB
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/19/2006

Mara Rose Williams
Study says teachers are poorly trained
Kansas City Star, 09/19/2006

J-W Editorials
State support [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 09/19/2006

Meaningful dialogue on diversity [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 09/19/2006

Amy Conkling
AYP delays get mixed reviews
Hutchinson News, 09/19/2006

Patrick S. Kelley
Unreasonable expectations?
Emporia Gazette, 09/19/2006

Kevin Elliott
County schools will keep SROs
Manhattan Mercury, 09/19/2006

Funding these trips is wrong [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 09/19/2006

President pick is crucial for JCCC [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 09/19/2006

Scott Seirer
Morris has itch to wander [editorial]
Salina Journal, 09/19/2006

Salina Journal
K-State to break ground for new student life center
Salina Journal, 09/19/2006

Patrick Lowry
Waste of money [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 09/19/2006

Morris' gall
Garden City Telegram, 09/19/2006

Emily Behlmann
Group discusses area challenges in education
Garden City Telegram, 09/19/2006

J-W Staff Reports
KU expert to develop Medicaid audit plan
Lawrence Journal World, 09/20/2006

Scott Rothschild
Regents to ask for more funding
Lawrence Journal World, 09/20/2006

Dave Toplikar
Portable classrooms expose permanent problem
Lawrence Journal World, 09/20/2006

John Milburn
Report: State aid on decline
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/20/2006

Mara Rose Williams and James Hart
Kansas' share of college funding drops
Kansas City Star, 09/20/2006

J-W Editorials
Time to leap
Lawrence Journal World, 09/20/2006

Karrey Britt
KU fails on Trojan report card
Lawrence Journal World, 09/20/2006

Sophia Maines
Kansas University anti-plagiarism tool pulled from professors' arsenal
Lawrence Journal World, 09/20/2006

Amy Conkling
The Art of Teaching
Hutchinson News, 09/20/2006

April Middleton
Making a connection
Salina Journal, 09/20/2006

Tuition trouble
Olathe Daily News, 09/20/2006

Scott Rochat
Michael Lane will lead university
Emporia Gazette, 09/20/2006

Scott Rochat
Regents: Funding diminished
Emporia Gazette, 09/20/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Grant to assist preschool reading
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/21/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
It's as easy as ABC: Pupils mean state aid
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/21/2006

The Capital-Journal
Regents pick new ESU president
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/21/2006

Sophia Maines
KU Medical Center receives $21M in grants
Lawrence Journal World, 09/21/2006

Amy Conkling and Kathy Hanks
School numbers fluctuate in W. Kansas
Hutchinson News, 09/21/2006

Scott Rochat
New ESU president plans to jump right in
Emporia Gazette, 09/21/2006

Sarah St. John
JCCC has record enrollment
Olathe Daily News, 09/21/2006

Patrick S. Kelley
A good choice for campus, town [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 09/21/2006

Jack Miles
Make college investigation public
Johnson County Sun, 09/21/2006

Bob Sigman
Education shortchanged
Johnson County Sun, 09/21/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
State should pay much higher share of university costs [opinion]
Iola Register, 09/21/2006

Patrick Lowry
Time for reform [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 09/21/2006

Heather Hollingsworth
Enrollment flat at state universities
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/22/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum and Edie Hall
Report omits conclusion
Kansas City Star, 09/22/2006

Rhonda Holman
Be great how to pay for higher ed's needs?
Wichita Eagle, 09/22/2006

Scott Rothschild and Serena Brahney
KU enrollment drops, ACT scores climb
Lawrence Journal World, 09/22/2006

Dave Toplikar
Virtual school helps boost district enrollment
Lawrence Journal World, 09/22/2006

More error in judgment
Hutchinson News, 09/22/2006

Katie Stockstill
PSU enjoys record enrollment
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 09/22/2006

Susan Lynn
NCCC nursing school administers growing pains treatment
Iola Register, 09/22/2006

Micah Mertes
Fort Hays enrollment numbers top record books once again
Hays Daily News, 09/22/2006

Scott Rochat
University greets its new president today
Emporia Gazette, 09/22/2006

Tim Hrenchir
New Emporia State president hopes to stay until retirement
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/23/2006

Mara Rose Williams
Kansas regents raise pay for officials
Kansas City Star, 09/23/2006

Icess Fernandez
WSU enrollment up; KU, KSU more diverse
Wichita Eagle, 09/23/2006

Mike Ekey
Two Olathe schools win Blue Ribbon awards
Kansas City Star, 09/23/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr
Loyal alumni and friends shouldn't overlook KU challenges
Lawrence Journal World, 09/23/2006

Ric Anderson
Morris' trip triggers Yule spirit
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/24/2006

Scott Rothschild
School suit means more stability, but much is unsettled
Lawrence Journal World, 09/24/2006

Icess Fernandez
Wichita public schools school vote would require more math, fine arts credits
Wichita Eagle, 09/25/2006

Skateboard rules
Lawrence Journal World, 09/26/2006

Kathy Hanks
Local need, global search
Hutchinson News, 09/26/2006

Ann Charles
Failing Kansans [opinion]
Chanute Tribune, 09/26/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Judge faced fire in school lawsuit
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/27/2006

Sophia Maines
Kansas University enrollment inches upward this fall at Edwards Campus
Lawrence Journal World, 09/27/2006

Scott Rothschild
Grants issued to start charter schools
Lawrence Journal World, 09/27/2006

Katie Stockstill
PSU President receives $36K pay increase
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 09/27/2006

Who will pay for college? [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 09/27/2006

Jon Sarche
In-state tuition break appealed
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/28/2006

Glenn Staab
Lunch, Mass and gas
Hays Daily News, 09/28/2006

Katie Stockstill
A $584M problem
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 09/28/2006

Susan Lynn
PSU maintenance needs are critical
Iola Register, 09/28/2006

Sophia Maines and Scott Rothschild
Immigrant tuition law on trial
Lawrence Journal World, 09/28/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Immigrant named to USD 501 board
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/29/2006

John Masterson
ACCC's on-campus enrollment up
Iola Register, 09/29/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Seaman approves first phase of high school addition
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/30/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Charter school experts to speak
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/30/2006

Scott Rothschild
Topekan campaigns for charter schools
Lawrence Journal World, 10/01/2006

Scott Rothschild
Neglecting our future?
Lawrence Journal World, 10/01/2006

Dave Toplikar
New tests a better map of progress
Lawrence Journal World, 10/02/2006

Dave Toplikar
Virtual school starts online newspaper
Lawrence Journal World, 10/04/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum and Laura Bauer
Keeping schools safe requires watchful eye
Kansas City Star, 10/04/2006

Sophia Maines
KU renews anti-plagiarism software subscription
Lawrence Journal World, 10/04/2006

Icess Fernandez
Unthinkable? Not to them area schools have plans for crisis
Wichita Eagle, 10/04/2006

John R. LaPlante
Who's being punished?
Kansas City Kansan, 10/04/2006

Sophia Maines
KU student group stands for science
Lawrence Journal World, 10/05/2006

Sophia Maines
Two KU professors to receive Chancellors Club honor
Lawrence Journal World, 10/06/2006

Eric Swanson
Kansas treasurer says she wants to oversee changes in college savings plan
Dodge City Daily Globe, 10/06/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Teens tackle Chinese course
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/07/2006

J-W Editorials
Endowment asset [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 10/07/2006

Crooked college sports
Hutchinson News, 10/07/2006

Sophia Maines
Funds at KU arm hit $1B
Lawrence Journal World, 10/07/2006

Sarah St. John
Man seeks first charter school
Olathe Daily News, 10/07/2006

Jeffrey Hibbert
Derby school board to hear yearbook objections
Wichita Eagle, 10/08/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
No child left behind caught up [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/09/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Laptops and nanos and gizmos, oh my!
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/09/2006

Sophia Maines
Kansas University task force examines whether tenure process is on the right track
Lawrence Journal World, 10/09/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Cato school receives national honor
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 10/09/2006

Katie Stockstill
Funding dilemma
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 10/09/2006

Phillip Brownlee
Fishy like charter schools? Here's a grant
Wichita Eagle, 10/10/2006

Give charter schools a chance [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 10/10/2006

James Jordan
Abrams ready for meeting on home turf
Winfield Daily Courier, 10/10/2006

Scott Rochat
FHTC officials oppose merger
Emporia Gazette, 10/10/2006

Getting serious on school finance
Winfield Daily Courier, 10/11/2006

Foss Farrar
State board hears local concerns
Winfield Daily Courier, 10/11/2006

Bill Wilson
Barton school rates well
Wichita Eagle, 10/11/2006

Sophia Maines
Biomedical center to open amid funding pinch
Lawrence Journal World, 10/11/2006

Dave Toplikar
Principal: Flooding could have led to 'major explosion' at school
Lawrence Journal World, 10/12/2006

Scott Rochat
Deferred maintenance a problem at university
Emporia Gazette, 10/12/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Silver Lake picks architect
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/13/2006

Rick Plumlee
NCAA levels KU sanctions
Wichita Eagle, 10/13/2006

Jason King
Jayhawks avert serious sanctions
Kansas City Star, 10/13/2006

Hurst Laviana
Rumors keep 600 kids home
Wichita Eagle, 10/13/2006

Mike Hendricks
As time runs out, she's off to junkets
Kansas City Star, 10/13/2006

Kevin Haskin
NCAA faults KU over rules
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/13/2006

Ryan Wood
Mangino absolved in probe
Lawrence Journal World, 10/13/2006

Gary Bedore
Lost scholarship surprises Self
Lawrence Journal World, 10/13/2006

Ryan Wood
Basketball scholarship lost; postseason play unaffected
Lawrence Journal World, 10/13/2006

John Masterson
Federal report shows ACCC on track
Iola Register, 10/13/2006

Nick Sloan
West Kansas college uses new methods to recruit local students
Kansas City Kansan, 10/13/2006

Chris Moon
School group wants suit dismissed
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/14/2006

Struggling Jayhawks
Hutchinson News, 10/14/2006

Icess Fernandez
Private school learns art of marketing a school's sales pitch
Wichita Eagle, 10/14/2006

Dolph C. Simons, Jr
Athletics, medicine, journalism pose challenge for chancellors
Lawrence Journal World, 10/14/2006

Sophia Maines
University benefits from research grants
Lawrence Journal World, 10/14/2006

Ashley Nietfeld
Schools cut down on sugar
Dodge City Daily Globe, 10/14/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
State Board of Education try again
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/15/2006

Paul A. Hanle
BOE vote is a chance to lead on science ed
Wichita Eagle, 10/15/2006

Amy Conkling
Putting the squeeze on schools
Hutchinson News, 10/15/2006

J-W Editorials
Watchful eye [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 10/15/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
College prep academy challenger [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/16/2006

Ann Marie Bush
New program benefits high school dropouts
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/16/2006

Sophia Maines
KU sees tougher race for research funds
Lawrence Journal World, 10/16/2006

Amy Conkling
Class size trends steady across county
Hutchinson News, 10/16/2006

Barbara J. Isenberg
County confirms aviation school grant
Wichita Eagle, 10/17/2006

Bob Corkins
Charter grants followed the rules [opinion]
Wichita Eagle, 10/17/2006

Ron Knox
Physicist takes shots at intelligent design
Lawrence Journal World, 10/17/2006

Amy Conkling
In search of a magic number
Hutchinson News, 10/17/2006

NCAA sanctions against KU athletics [editorial]
Winfield Daily Courier, 10/18/2006

Nick Sloan
Piper considering going against state in teaching origin of life
Kansas City Kansan, 10/18/2006

Emily Behlmann
KASB members talk equal education
Garden City Telegram, 10/18/2006

Hurst Laviana
School addresses suicide, rumors
Wichita Eagle, 10/19/2006

Barbara J. Isenberg
State boosts school's funding
Wichita Eagle, 10/20/2006

Steve Abrams
Apology due
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/21/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
He's tested under fire
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/21/2006

Vicky Smith
College and community go together
Chanute Tribune, 10/21/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Silver Lake to vote on board system
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/22/2006

J-W Editorials
Degree guarantee? [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 10/22/2006

Dave Toplikar
Preschool program gives head start in life
Lawrence Journal World, 10/22/2006

Too many in class
Hutchinson News, 10/22/2006

Matt McNabb
Other schools enjoy boost in students
Hutchinson News, 10/22/2006

Matt McNabb
Growing up
Hutchinson News, 10/22/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
'Tis a gift to be honored
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/23/2006

Sophia Maines
Provost discussing raising bar for admissions
Lawrence Journal World, 10/23/2006

Ric Anderson
Will Corkins run out of time?
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/24/2006

Dave Toplikar
New elementary report cards to contain more, better assessments
Lawrence Journal World, 10/24/2006

Nick Schwien
From milking cows to Columbine
Hays Daily News, 10/24/2006

David Klepper
Corkins rejects critics
Kansas City Star, 10/26/2006

Ashley Nietfeld
Community College considers legal action against state
Dodge City Daily Globe, 10/26/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Help us, pupil wrote, and they did
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/27/2006

Sophia Maines
Baker welcomes first female president
Lawrence Journal World, 10/27/2006

Mike Belt
'Privacy' policy under attack fledgling filmmakers on crusade to rid district of all-or-nothing rule
Lawrence Journal World, 10/27/2006

Dave Toplikar
'Digital District' proposed for operating systems
Lawrence Journal World, 10/29/2006

Dave Toplikar
Accessing your kid's school life online
Lawrence Journal World, 10/29/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Santa Fe Trail voters to decide bond issue
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/31/2006

Icess Fernandez
Wal-Mart offers land to school
Wichita Eagle, 10/31/2006

Sophia Maines
Female faculty still in minority at KU
Lawrence Journal World, 10/31/2006

J-W Editorials
Student monitors [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 11/02/2006

Sophia Maines
KU puts worst foot forward for tour
Lawrence Journal World, 11/03/2006

Sophia Maines
Leaders call for greater focus on graduate education
Lawrence Journal World, 11/03/2006

Micah Mertes
Regents visit with students
Hays Daily News, 11/03/2006

Emily Behlmann
Pact hopes to bridge the gap
Garden City Telegram, 11/03/2006

George Diepenbrock
Student protests not what they used to be
Lawrence Journal World, 11/04/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Check scam bounces back
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/04/2006

Sophia Maines
Rest in pieces, computer relic
Lawrence Journal World, 11/04/2006

Emily Behlmann
Featured guests mark 20th year of Hispanic Day
Garden City Telegram, 11/04/2006

J-W Editorials
University lowlights [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 11/05/2006

Anna Staatz
Cloud College harnesses wind power
Junction City Daily Union, 11/05/2006

Icess Fernandez
Middle schools launch plan to close minority gap
Wichita Eagle, 11/06/2006

Sophia Maines
KU-developed tools licensed to Kansas company
Lawrence Journal World, 11/06/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
USD 501 check scam whose fault?
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/07/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Former educators seek to start charter schools
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/07/2006

Mark Fagan
British company to count on KU research
Lawrence Journal World, 11/07/2006

The Capital-Journal
KU mourns professor
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/08/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
USD 501 health line expert advice [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/08/2006

Ron Knox
Retired KU math professor, 101, dies
Lawrence Journal World, 11/08/2006

Sam Hartle
Governor at KUMC to promote partnership
Kansas City Kansan, 11/08/2006

More charter schools?
Junction City Daily Union, 11/08/2006

John Heim
Sixteen chances [commentary]
Emporia Gazette, 11/08/2006

John Richmeier
Four schools fail to meet state progress targets
Leavenworth Times, 11/08/2006

Political cartoon
Manhattan Mercury, 11/09/2006

Emily Behlmann
GCCC board discusses new fire tower, facilities
Garden City Telegram, 11/09/2006

Bruce Symes
ACCC has housing on its mind
Iola Register, 11/10/2006

Mike Sherry
An orderly school bus means a better education for kids
Kansas City Star, 11/11/2006

Dave Toplikar
Lawrence district gets passing grades
Lawrence Journal World, 11/11/2006

Hurst Laviana
Olathe educator becomes Kansas Teacher of the Year
Wichita Eagle, 11/12/2006

Sophia Maines
International graduate student enrollment up
Lawrence Journal World, 11/13/2006

John R. LaPlante
Charter schools offer variety of possibilities
Dodge City Daily Globe, 11/13/2006

John R. LaPlante
Charter schools offer variety of options
Olathe Daily News, 11/14/2006

Micah Mertes
Last but not least, FHSU shows legislators effect of maintenance backlog
Hays Daily News, 11/14/2006

David Klepper
Audit finds errors in state's at-risk funding
Kansas City Star, 11/14/2006

John Hanna
Audit: State overpaying aid
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/14/2006

Scott Rothschild
Audit: 1 in 7 free lunch students ineligible
Lawrence Journal World, 11/14/2006

Michael Strand
Audit doubts free lunch counts
Salina Journal, 11/15/2006

Chris Moon
Head of class a real possibility
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/15/2006

Patrick Lowry
Maintenance [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 11/15/2006

Kenneth Daniel
Audit finds fraud in free-lunch funding
Olathe Daily News, 11/15/2006

Scott Rothschild
State education board awards charter school grant
Lawrence Journal World, 11/15/2006

Chris Moon
Morris goes ahead with travel plans
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/16/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
More schools fail to hit goals
Kansas City Star, 11/16/2006

Patrick Lowry
Step down [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 11/16/2006

Bob Sigman
Schools back in court [opinion]
Junction City Daily Union, 11/16/2006

Elaine Bessier
Some children 'left behind'
Johnson County Sun, 11/16/2006

Arley Hoskin
Kansas Teacher of Year goes to Olathe educator
Johnson County Sun, 11/16/2006

Bob Johnson
USD 257 short of test goals
Iola Register, 11/16/2006

Bobbi Mlynar
Emporia district misses goals
Emporia Gazette, 11/16/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Education goals not met
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/16/2006

Sophia Maines
Needed maintenance climbs to $727M
Lawrence Journal World, 11/16/2006

Icess Fernandez
No child left behind 4 schools must offer transfers
Wichita Eagle, 11/16/2006

Amy Conkling
Numerous appeals delay test results
Hutchinson News, 11/16/2006

Vicky Smith
Pay no attention to stereotypes for career
Chanute Tribune, 11/16/2006

Sarah St. John
Olathe schools miss AYP mark
Olathe Daily News, 11/16/2006

Leonard Hall
Legislators tour KSD
Olathe Daily News, 11/16/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Connie Morris off again [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/17/2006

John Milburn
Regent repair costs soaring
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/17/2006

Sophia Maines
New KU drop policy has rocky start
Lawrence Journal World, 11/17/2006

Lindsey Geisler
USD 501 honors Brown leader
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/17/2006

Ryan D. Wilson
USD 475 examines growing needs
Junction City Daily Union, 11/17/2006

Diane Gasper-O'Brien
Hays schools not likely over counting at-risk children
Hays Daily News, 11/17/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
Federal school law is basically sound, but needs reforms [opinion]
Iola Register, 11/17/2006

Joe Robertson
Shift of after-school programs is set
Kansas City Star, 11/18/2006

Micah Mertes
FHSU's deferred maintenance backlog increases
Hays Daily News, 11/19/2006

Laura Scott
New formula needed for 'at-risk' aid
Kansas City Star, 11/19/2006

Rhonda Holman
Progress? Law says Kansas schools must do better
Wichita Eagle, 11/19/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
School funds spend it right [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/19/2006

Phyllis Jacobs Griekspoor
Officials elaborate on technical education plans
Wichita Eagle, 11/19/2006

Ron Knox
Migrant financial aid program loses funding
Lawrence Journal World, 11/19/2006

Martin Hawver
Is there a better yardstick to measure at-risk pupils?
Kansas City Kansan, 11/20/2006

John Hanna
Audit finds new, tricky issues in schools plan
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/20/2006

J-W Editorials
Good investment [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 11/21/2006

Dave Toplikar
Meeting fuels Corkins speculation
Lawrence Journal World, 11/21/2006

Amy Conkling
Where less means more
Hutchinson News, 11/21/2006

Kaley Lyon
Kaufman warns funding fight might not be over
Hays Daily News, 11/21/2006

Will Klusener
KSU maint. needs grow
Manhattan Mercury, 11/21/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Session perplexes some members
Kansas City Star, 11/22/2006

Ric Anderson
Has time run out for Corkins?
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/22/2006

John Hanna
Bringing back evolution may take months
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/22/2006

Dave Toplikar
Board ready to heed call
Lawrence Journal World, 11/22/2006

Tim Carpenter
Board to meet in private
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/22/2006

Emily Behimann
Schools seek improvement
Garden City Telegram, 11/22/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Local AYP scores in
Chanute Tribune, 11/22/2006

Kaley Lyon
Students choosing health, not Ho Ho's
Hays Daily News, 11/22/2006

Tim Carpenter
Lawmakers foresaw Corkins resigning
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/23/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Education chief steps down
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/23/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Turbulent Corkins era ends
Kansas City Star, 11/23/2006

Micah Mertes
Fort Hays culture expanding
Hays Daily News, 11/23/2006

Katie Stockstill
Deferred maintenance problem growing for PSU
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 11/23/2006

Bob Corkins
Text of Crokins resignation letter
Lawrence Journal World, 11/23/2006

Dave Toplikar
Corkins resigns ed post
Lawrence Journal World, 11/23/2006

Free Lunch in Kansas [cartoon]
Olathe Daily News, 11/24/2006

K-State Newswire
KSU gets $600,000 grant
Manhattan Mercury, 11/24/2006

Nick Sloan
KCK school board says no to charter schools
Kansas City Kansan, 11/24/2006

Martin Hawver
At the rail
Metro News, 11/24/2006

Associated Press
Students plead no contest in plot
Lawrence Journal World, 11/24/2006

Sophia Maines
KU leader's pay low in Big 12
Lawrence Journal World, 11/24/2006

Higher education ranking the pay of state professors
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/25/2006

Tom Bell
Work needs to be done [editorial]
Salina Journal, 11/25/2006

Fresh start Corkins' resignation opens doors to progress
Garden City Telegram, 11/25/2006

Dolph C. Simon, Jr
Lawmakers must get involved in KU medical school plans
Lawrence Journal World, 11/25/2006

Icess Fernandez and Christina M. Woods
WSU pressed to hire more diverse faculty
Wichita Eagle, 11/26/2006

Jan Biles
The Bees have it
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/26/2006

Jan Biles
Chimps in space
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/27/2006

J-W Editorials
Clean slate [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 11/27/2006

John Milburn
Schmidt: Bank surplus to pay bills
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/28/2006

The Topeka Capital Journal Editorial Board
No child left behind use the carrot [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/28/2006

John Milburn
Leader: Portion of budget surplus could help schools
Hutchinson News, 11/28/2006

School leaders say commissioner needs experience in education
Winfield Daily Courier, 11/28/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Decisions coming on tech schools
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/28/2006

Ric Anderson
Good gig? Not if you like security
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/28/2006

David Klepper
Search is on for education leader
Kansas City Star, 11/28/2006

Chris Moon
Parties know desired traits
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/28/2006

Associated Press
School conspiracy defendant acquitted
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/29/2006

Associated Press
'Not guilty' in school plot
Kansas City Star, 11/29/2006

J-W Editorial
Medical infighting [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 11/29/2006

Mark McCormick
School buses are a public concern
Wichita Eagle, 11/29/2006

Julius A. Karash
Almost $400 Million at stake
Kansas City Star, 11/29/2006

Sophia Maines
Hospital courts medical center
Lawrence Journal World, 11/29/2006

Rhonda Holman
At last credit to all for SRO resolution
Wichita Eagle, 11/29/2006

Icess Fernandez
Schools to recruit abroad again
Wichita Eagle, 11/29/2006

Amy Conkling
Officials: Ed commish needs experience
Hutchinson News, 11/29/2006

Associated Press
State officials want Corkins' replacement to be able to cooperate with other agencies
Hutchinson News, 11/29/2006

Associated Press
Judge says student innocent in alleged school shooting plot
Lawrence Journal World, 11/29/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Mixed grade [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/29/2006

Kevin Selders
Governor congratulates top elementary schools
Olathe Daily News, 11/29/2006

A necessary departure [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 11/29/2006

Lunch fraud should be priority [opinion]
Olathe Daily News, 11/29/2006

Patrick Lowry
Good idea [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 11/29/2006

Associated Press
School officials give wish list for new commissioner
Salina Journal, 11/29/2006

J-W Editorial
Good stewards [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 11/30/2006

Laura Scott
Missouri, Kansas should allocate revenue surpluses to education
Kansas City Star, 11/30/2006

Robin Tweedy Cook
Teachers make a difference [opinion]
Wichita Eagle, 11/30/2006

Rhonda Holman
Expertise State needs qualified ed commissioner
Wichita Eagle, 11/30/2006

Ideas worth considering [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 11/30/2006

Bob Sigman
Building repair 101 [opinion]
Johnson County Sun, 11/30/2006

Arley Hoskin
Governor celebrates Olathe success
Johnson County Sun, 11/30/2006

Ashley Hoskin
School district prepares for legislative session
Johnson County Sun, 11/30/2006

Randy Scholfield
Diversity higher education must work harder
Wichita Eagle, 12/1/2006

Amy Conkling
Students will find blue backpacks useful during break
Hutchinson News, 12/1/2006

Randy Scholfield
Kansas in the crosshairs of warming
Wichita Eagle, 12/1/2006

Nick Sloan
4 charter schools proposed in KCK
Kansas City Kansan, 12/1/2006

KSU passes breaking point
Junction City Daily Union, 12/1/2006

Associated Press
Former Fort Hays State president, 85, dies
Wichita Eagle, 12/1/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
School tax money goes round 'n round creating new wealth
Iola Register, 12/1/2006

Sophia Maines
KUMC dealings exclude regents
Lawrence Journal World, 12/2/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Works for all [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/2/2006

Dolph C. Simons Jr
Spending on college sports overshadows academic mission
Lawrence Journal World, 12/2/2006

Scott Rothschild
State may help deferred maintenance
Lawrence Journal World, 12/2/2006

Sophia Maines
Campus chapel set to grow
Lawrence Journal World, 12/2/2006

Icess Fernandez
WSU tailors recruiting to minorities
Wichita Eagle, 12/2/2006

Philadelphia Inquirer
We're failing higher education
Olathe Daily News, 12/2/2006

Chris Green
Millions needed to fix buildings
Salina Journal, 12/2/2006

The Capital-Journal
Study: Marriage no benefit to female scientists
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/3/2006

Dave Toplikar
Switch to 'all-day K' would cost city $1M
Lawrence Journal World, 12/3/2006

J-W Editorial
Attention, please [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 12/3/2006

Associated Press
WSU widens
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/3/2006

Barbara J. Isenberg
Funding for adult ed in jeopardy
Wichita Eagle, 12/3/2006

Associated Press
Wichita State targets minority students
Lawrence Journal World, 12/3/2006

Winston C. Brooks
Model among schools [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/4/2006

John Hanna
Corkins replacement likely to have ed background
Hutchinson News, 12/4/2006

Kansas City Star
The final word on Bob Corkins
Hutchinson News, 12/4/2006

Chris Green
Higher ed's issues are coming to the forefront
Hutchinson News, 12/4/2006

John Hanna
Corkins replacement likely to have school credentials
Lawrence Journal World, 12/4/2006

Nick Sloan
Some schools in WyCo failed to meet AYP benchmarks
Kansas City Kansans, 12/4/2006

Tom Bell
Corkins offered us education [editorial]
Salina Journal, 12/4/2006

Lindsey Geisler
Role models inspire book of profiles
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/4/2006

Beccy Tanner
WSU to shape future of Cowtown
Wichita Eagle, 12/4/2006

Micah Mertes
FHSU president challenging state officials on annual trip
Hays Daily News, 12/4/2006

Dave Toplikar
School board considers $10M in maintenance project
Lawrence Journal World, 12/5/2006

Mark Sherman
Supreme Court looks at integration
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/5/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Brown V. Board new challenge [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/5/2006

Lindsey Geisler
Rural gym renaming tabled
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/5/2006

Scott Rochat
University students push for repairs
Emporia Gazette, 12/5/2006

John Hanna
Search is on for new ed commissioner
Iola Register, 12/5/2006

Sarah St. John
Definition of 'at-risk' student in question
Olathe Daily News, 12/5/2006

Tom Bell
Repairs undone are costly [editorial]
Salina Journal, 12/5/2006

Ashley Nietfeld
Universities ask for an increase in funding from state
Dodge City Daily Globe, 12/5/2006

A new direction in public education? [opinion]
Winfield Daily Courier, 12/5/2006

Dave Toplikar
Speedy school lunches not cram sessions
Lawrence Journal World, 12/6/2006

Associated Press
FHSU leader eyes funds
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/6/2006

Mike Hoeflich
Sports don't serve academics
Lawrence Journal World, 12/6/2006

Ron Knox
Senior on football team turns himself in
Lawrence Journal World, 12/6/2006

Gary Brunk
Reduce vending machine access; downsize students
Wichita Eagle, 12/6/2006

Mark McCormick
Schools feel burden of social work
Wichita Eagle, 12/6/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Charter applications on agenda
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/6/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
Speaker-elect backs initiative in preventive medicine [opinion]
Iola Register, 12/6/2006

Icess Fernandez
Millions sought for campus upkeep
Wichita Eagle, 12/7/2006

Mara Rose Williams
Schools seek more funds
Kansas City Star, 12/7/2006

Roxana Hegeman
State universities rally for support to fund repairs
Lawrence Journal World, 12/7/2006

Laura Berger
Student start campaign to increase funds for deferred maintenance
Lawrence Journal World, 12/7/2006

J-W Editorials
Pivotal issue [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 12/7/2006

Former KU player charged with felony
Lawrence Journal World, 12/7/2006

Pete Goering
Save schools' history
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/7/2006

John R. LaPlante
The education commissioner and the admiral
Olathe Daily News, 12/7/2006

Patrick S. Kelley
Bolton, Corkins and arrogance [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 12/7/2006

David Clouston
FHSU president pitches funding proposal
Salina Journal, 12/7/2006

Amy Conkling
Regents to ask for 6 percent increase
Hutchinson News, 12/7/2006

Bob Sigman
Major revamp in order
Johnson County Sun, 12/7/2006

Elaine Bessier
Some glad, some not that Corkins resigned
Johnson County Sun, 12/7/2006

Chris Green
Plans for college repairs still elusive
Hutchinson News, 12/8/2006

Courtney Cloyd
WSU awards scholars $48,000
Wichita Eagle, 12/8/2006

Eric Weslander
Panelist: Faith, reason debate endless
Lawrence Journal World, 12/8/2006

Dave Toplikar
Biologist speaks for intelligent design
Lawrence Journal World, 12/8/2006

Bill Mayer
KU has room for progress
Lawrence Journal World, 12/8/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Pilot school plans viewed
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/8/2006

Sarah St. John
Board: charter application incomplete
Olathe Daily News, 12/8/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
Kansas to the front with state-of-the-art biosecurity institute [opinion]
Iola Register, 12/8/2006

Hemenway: KU Med is key to Kansas' future
Kansas City Kansan, 12/8/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Shaver prepares to take office
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 12/8/2006

George Diepenbrock
Haskell says goodbye to president
Lawrence Journal World, 12/9/2006

Associated Press
Ex-teacher pleads no contest in exploitation
Hutchinson News, 12/9/2006

Nick Sloan
Western Kansas university increases recruiting in KCK
Kansas City Kansan, 12/9/2006

Nick Sloan
Fort Hays State president discusses college funding
Kansas City Kansan, 12/9/2006

Michael Strand
Funding still tops schools' agenda
Salina Journal, 12/9/2006

Mark Davis
Bioscience role urged
Kansas City Star, 12/10/2006

Rhonda Holman
Find way to fund adult education
Wichita Eagle, 12/10/2006

Mark McCormick
Teachers left out of bonus plan
Wichita Eagle, 12/10/2006

Delay increases risk, expense [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 12/10/2006

Special to the Daily Union
Cutoff date announced for Wetlands program
Junction City Daily Union, 12/10/2006

Dr. Barbara Atkinson
KU Medical Center focused on shared vision
Lawrence Journal World, 12/10/2006

Gayle Weber
Students sign on to help maintenance backlog
Hays Daily News, 12/10/2006

John Richmeier
Thornburgh congratulates DARE graduates
Leavenworth Times, 12/11/2006

Derek Schmidt
Save for known expenses
Iola Register, 12/11/2006

Mike Belt
Bus route to link KU campuses
Lawrence Journal World, 12/11/2006

Mike Belt
One to remember
Lawrence Journal World, 12/11/2006

Dave Toplikar
Male teachers in short supply at elementary level
Lawrence Journal World, 12/11/2006

Tim Carpenter
Maintenance backlog topic of talks
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/12/2006

Dawn Bormann
KCK teacher faces suspension
Kansas City Star, 12/12/2006

Julius A. Karash
Kansas hears of teamwork
Kansas City Star, 12/12/2006

Roy Wenzl
WSU plan pays off
Wichita Eagle, 12/12/2006

Salina Journal
Pay now or pay later [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 12/12/2006

Scott Rochat
Tech college retains independent status
Emporia Gazette, 12/12/2006

Mark Fagan
Senate leader floats tuition credit
Lawrence Journal World, 12/12/2006

Scott Rothschild
Legislators warm to KU medical affiliation plans
Lawrence Journal World, 12/12/2006

Eric Swanson
DCCC to launch pilot program for developing school safety plans
Dodge City Daily Globe, 12/12/2006

Bobbi Mlynar
Olpe students take 75 percent of awards in state learning quest essay contest
Emporia Gazette, 12/13/2006

Sarah St. John
State test results split
Olathe Daily News, 12/13/2006

Associated Press
Wichita State new program keeps students at home
Lawrence Journal World, 12/13/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Teacher mentoring pays off
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/13/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Success story [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/13/2006

Amy Conkling
Schools honored for excellence
Hutchinson News, 12/13/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Schools in Kansas making the grade
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/13/2006

Melodee Hall Blobaum
Schools see progress despite confusing data
Kansas City Star, 12/13/2006

Icess Fernandez and Katie Lohrenz
Schools fare well in state assessments
Wichita Eagle, 12/13/2006

Don Beggs and S. Edwards Dismuke
Wichita campuses need repair soon
Wichita Eagle, 12/14/2006

David Klepper
Two bow out of state board
Kansas City Star, 12/14/2006

Taylor Atkins
Washburn University 'one with the library'
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/14/2006

Scott Rothschild
As old board departs, new evolution stance takes shape
Lawrence Journal World, 12/14/2006

Scott Rothschild
Ed committees among several merged
Lawrence Journal World, 12/14/2006

Sarah Kessinger
State BOE defeats new travel policy
Hays Daily News, 12/14/2006

Arley Hoskin
Blue Valley school district pushes for local control
Johnson County Sun, 12/14/2006

Sarah Kessinger
State school board defeats payment ban
Salina Journal, 12/14/2006

Calvin E. Harbin
Tomanek a noble son of western Kansas [Readers forum]
Hays Daily News, 12/14/2006

Emily Behlmann
GCCC looks at other upgrades
Garden City Telegram, 12/14/2006

Scott Rothschild
Sebelius to address university repairs
Lawrence Journal World, 12/15/2006

Chris Green
Science standards on agenda for Jan.
Hutchinson News, 12/15/2006

John Milburn
Postcards to inform Sebelius about woes at state's universities
Hutchinson News, 12/15/2006

Scott Rothschild
$1.2M OK'd for KU storm damage
Lawrence Journal World, 12/15/2006

Sophia Maines
KU's December graduates may feel left out in the cold
Lawrence Journal World, 12/15/2006

John Milburn
Crumbling classrooms get lawmakers' attention
Wichita Eagle, 12/15/2006

Ann Marie Bush
College students descend upon Statehouse
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/15/2006

Robert Hemenway
Chancellor envisions world-class status for KU Medical Center [opinion]
Iola Register, 12/15/2006

J-W Editorials
Bragging rights [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 12/16/2006

The Capital-Journal
Washburn deemed financially sound
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/16/2006

Marlow Ediger
Western front university upkeep
Hutchinson News, 12/16/2006

Dolph C. Simons Jr
University requests for maintenance funds deserve scrutiny
Lawrence Journal World, 12/16/2006

Amy M. Cotham
NCCC students get first-hand look at space exploration
Chanute Tribune, 12/16/2006

John R. LaPlante
Did Corkins get fair shake?
Salina Journal, 12/16/2006

Sharon Montague
Beloit college earns grants
Salina Journal, 12/16/2006

Emily Behlmann
FHSU to open office aimed at drawing Hispanic students
Garden City Telegram, 12/16/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Charter schools take a look USD 501 must decide whether more charter schools are necessary [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/17/2006

Icess Fernandez
Test scores tell parents plenty about schools
Wichita Eagle, 12/17/2006

Dave Toplikar
Despite excellence award, Southwest fails assessment test
Lawrence Journal World, 12/17/2006

J-W Editorials
Strange vote [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 12/17/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Docking state office building costly repairs [editorials]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/18/2006

Ann Marie Bush
First-year Seaman educators honored in state program
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/18/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Private schools follow trend similar to public
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/18/2006

Rhonda Holman
Neglect campus repairs coming?
Wichita Eagle, 12/18/2006

Beccy Tanner
Kansan was teacher, leader
Wichita Eagle, 12/18/2006

Laura Scott
Appointed education board isn't a panacea [opinion]
Kansas City Star, 12/18/2006

Patrick S. Kelley
Two down, more to go [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 12/18/2006

Dave Toplikar
No filings yet for school board
Lawrence Journal World, 12/18/2006

J-W Editorial
Another need [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 12/18/2006

Ron Knox
Migrant student funding replaced
Lawrence Journal World, 12/18/2006

Associated Press
KU's migrant education program in jeopardy
Wichita Eagle, 12/19/2006

Beneficial KU hospital touts wages
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/19/2006

Kansas should commit funds for university maintenance
Kansas City Star, 12/19/2006

Emporia Gazette
Yesterday's mandate becomes today's pink slip
Manhattan Mercury, 12/19/2006

Sophia Maines
Dining club moves off back burner
Lawrence Journal World, 12/19/2006

Sophia Maines
KU hospital reports good fiscal year
Lawrence Journal World, 12/19/2006

Associated Press
School paper's story on boozing upsets parents
Wichita Eagle, 12/20/2006

Associated Press
High school paper's story, photos on underage drinking cause uproar
Lawrence Journal World, 12/20/2006

Scott Rothschild
Talk at education summit is on language study shortfalls
Lawrence Journal World, 12/20/2006

Katie Stockstill
Students may get tuition break
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 12/20/2006

J-W Editorials
Language learning
Lawrence Journal World, 12/21/2006

Icess Fernandez
Two sets of school scores puzzle many
Wichita Eagle, 12/21/2006

Chris Green
Bee reopened to spellers throughout the state
Iola Register, 12/21/2006

Elaine Bessier
College trustees discuss agenda with legislators
Johnson County Sun, 12/21/2006

Associated Press
KSU prof elected council president
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/22/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 may look at policy
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/22/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
USD 501 charter school supporters renew pitch
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/22/2006

J-W Editorials
Club revival [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 12/22/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
TWHS controversy hasn't dulled
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/22/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Judge won't nix lawsuit
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/23/2006

Joyce Tsai
School vandals leave trail of wreckage
Kansas City Star, 12/23/2006

Sophia Maines
Pa. high school has Jayhawk of its own
Lawrence Journal World, 12/23/2006

Ashely Nietfeld
Top schools two area elementary schools achieve standard of excellence
Dodge City Daily Globe, 12/23/2006

Emily Behlmann
District working to ease transition from high school
Garden City Telegram, 12/23/2006

Associated Press
Suit against school group stays alive
Wichita Eagle, 12/24/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
School board openings loom
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/24/2006

Kasha Stoll
How dare she get me in trouble
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/24/2006

Tim Carpenter
KU med looks for shot in arm
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/24/2006

Winnie Crapson
Legislature failed [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/24/2006

Kevin Coulson
Put universities first [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/24/2006

Kevin Murphy
KU takes flight to aid study of global warming
Kansas City Star, 12/24/2006

Sophia Maines
'To develop maps for the blind that are created by the blind'
Lawrence Journal World, 12/24/2006

Sophia Maines
International careers class presents world of opportunities
Lawrence Journal World, 12/25/2006

Sophia Maines
Q: Who answers 864-3506? A: KU Info staffers, once again
Lawrence Journal World, 12/26/2006

Sophia Maines
The sound of silence fills campus
Lawrence Journal World, 12/26/2006

Julius A. Karash
Rift arises at KU med
Kansas City Star, 12/26/2006

Terry Rombeck
Coldwater high school immersed in foreign exchange program
Lawrence Journal World, 12/26/2006

Terry Rombeck
Students bring extra state aid to district
Lawrence Journal World, 12/26/2006

Amy Conkling
AYP scores: Meanings behind the numbers
Hutchinson News, 12/26/2006

The News Staff
Parochial school scores now available
Hutchinson News, 12/26/2006

Micah Mertes
Setting a new record
Hays Daily News, 12/26/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Teens and the internet attention-getting [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/27/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
School board members quick to file for re-election
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/27/2006

Steve Fry
Band is on a roll
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/27/2006

Dave Toplikar
Digital news source links Virtual School students
Lawrence Journal World, 12/27/2006

Patrick Lowry
Public vs. private [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 12/27/2006

Amy Conkling
Western schools' scores: It's in the numbers
Hutchinson News, 12/27/2006

Eric A. Voth
Go after your kids
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/28/2006

Come to our Kansas school; help us get state funds
Wichita Eagle, 12/28/2006

Bob Stephan
Parents need to step up
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/28/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Schools for fair funding first step [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/28/2006

Free speech law clarifies student rights
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/28/2006

Meeting the standard in Salina
Salina Journal, 12/28/2006

Katie Stockstill
Time is running out for education saving program tax breaks
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 12/28/2006

Michael Strand
Salina school fails to meet progress goals
Salina Journal, 12/28/2006

Amy Conkling
Special ed rule makes it harder to reach goals
Hutchinson News, 12/28/2006

Arley Hoskin
Charter school push continues in Olathe
Johnson County Sun, 12/28/2006

Bob Sigman
Differing views? Well, yes
Johnson County Sun, 12/28/2006

Associated Press
Ex-director's lawsuit may reach courtroom
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/29/2006

Associated Press
Blind student helps map out KU campus
Wichita Eagle, 12/29/2006

John R. LaPlante
A New Year's Resolution: Look at charter schools [opinion]
Chanute Tribune, 12/29/2006

Tim Carpenter
Attorneys may get millions
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/29/2006

Ric Anderson
Professor exercises free silence
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/29/2006

Associated Press
State braces for potential bill for school finance lawsuit
Hutchinson News, 12/30/2006

Sophia Maines
2007 to bring in the new for KU
Lawrence Journal World, 12/30/2006

Associated Press
School finance lawsuit State braces for potential legal bills
Lawrence Journal World, 12/30/2006