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Political Signs: Homeowner Association Bans Make it Difficult for School Board Candidates to Campaign

Now that the school board elections are last week’s news, let’s talk about signs. During the campaigns, I was corresponding with a number of candidates, and one told me, “It is a bit of a challenge to run for school board.  There is no press coverage.  Forums are few and far between.  Some neighborhoods do … Continue reading

Student Code of Conduct on the Agenda for KCK School Board This Evening

The Kansas City, Kansas Public School District’s Board of Education will meet Tuesday, March 10, at 5 p.m. In addition to routine items on the agenda, such as approving a ROTC trip to the nation’s capitol and setting next year’s school calendar, board members will consider proposed changes to Student Code of Conduct policies. These policies dictate differing levels of consequences … Continue reading

Missouri State Teachers Association Offers Model Communications Policy to Districts

It drew national attention earlier this year, and a Missouri judge said it was most likely unconstitutional. “It” was a provision of the Amy Hestir Student Protection Act regulating online communications among public school employees and students. The Missouri General Assembly passed the legislation, and Gov. Jay Nixon signed into law last summer. Because of … Continue reading

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