Join Mark Tallman as he sits down with Legislative Research Chief Econimist Chris Courtwright to review the November Consensus Revenue Estimates (CRE) Report released on Friday Nov. 9th.
The CRE report will be used as a basis for Governor-Election Kelly to build her budget recommendations that she will offer to the legislature next January.
The KASB Advocacy Team recaps and offers analysis of the election results from Tuesday including a preview of how the changes will affect K-12 Education Advocacy in the next legislative Session starting in January.
Mark Tallman, Associate Executive Director for Advocacy at KASB sits down with the Executive Director of the KPERS organization to discuss their most recent report and update on the status of the Pension system and how some of the Legislatures efforts are paying off.
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Originally Broadcast on Thursday November 1st at 3:00pm CST
Mark Tallman, Associate Executive Director for Advocacy at KASB and G.A. Buie, Executive Director of United School Administrators of Kansas sit down to discuss how School District Leaders might developing talking points to help their school communities better understand education funding and budgets both how money is invested and why it is accounted for in specific categories.
USA Kansas Executive Director G.A. Buie sits down with Brad Womack, Principal Silver Lake, Amy McAnarney, Asst. Principal Lawrence Free State and Brian Jordan of KASB to discuss the critical roles that building level administrators play in helping to build more successful schools
Mark Tallman shares data and information on comparing school Administration staffing with similar roles in the private sector as highlighted in his Tallman Education Report. http://tallmankasb.blogspot.com/
Scott Rothschild and Mark Tallman of KASB Advocacy & Communications visit about Mark's latest 3-part series Blog on Post Secondary Success and what it means for K-12 Education in Kansas. http://tallmankasb.blogspot.com/
Scott Rothschild sits down with Mark Tallman to discus his blog post on School District Property Taxes and how Kansas Compares to other states. http://tallmankasb.blogspot.com/2018/07/kansas-school-property-taxes-lower-than.html
KASB Government Relations Specialist Rob Gilligan sits down with Dr. Patrick Miller, Professor of Political Science at the University of Kansas to discuss the upcoming primary elections. Topics include the Kansas House races to watch, the Governors race and updates on Federal races in Kansas.