Looking through the Kansas City Star in regards to education 5 of the main concerns are:
1.TOPEKA , Kansas legislators are considering a new proposal to satisfy the federal government's demands that the state boost spending on special education programs in public schools without undercutting Gov.
2. HARTFORD, Conn. -- The U.S. Supreme Court decided Tuesday against hearing Connecticut's challenge to the federal No Child Left Behind law, ending the state's six-year lawsuit over how to pay for the stepped-up student testing considered one of the law's cornerstones.
3. Educators seek out more minorities to study abroad
4.Collective Bargaining Rights and Higher EducationWhile much of the focus of the protests in Wisconsin and other states that are trying to outlaw collective bargaining has focused on how it will affect public schools, the online publication Inside Higher Ed is reporting that college faculty members are also at risk of losing their bargaining rights.
5. City to Replace School Lighting Tainted by PCBs