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New Study: Number of Administrators Grew Faster Than Number of Students in Kansas & Missouri

A new report — The School Staffing Surge — claims the number of administrators nationally and locally grew significantly faster than the number of students in the years leading up to the recession of 2009. According to the report’s author — economist Benjamin Scafidi — growing numbers of non-teaching staff might be warranted if the result was improved … Continue reading

Public School Employment Growing Faster Than Enrollment Nationally and in KC-Metropolitan Area

Public school employment has grown at least three times faster than the increase in students, according to a new study released yesterday by The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice. And the national increase is reflected locally, with employment outstripping enrollment in both Kansas and Missouri. “Compared to other nations’ schools, U.S. public schools devote significantly … Continue reading

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