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2015 SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON
K-12 STUDENT SUCCESS

 Agenda           Minutes            Report

Senate
Sen. Steve Abrams
Sen. Tom Arpke

Sen. Molly Baumgardner
Sen. Jim Denning
Sen. Anthony Hensley
Sen. Ty Masterson

House
Rep. Ron Highland, Chairperson
Rep. Tony Barton
Rep. Sue Boldra
Rep. Larry Campbell
Rep. Dennis Hedke
Rep. Jerry Lunn
Rep. Ron Ryckman, Jr.
Rep. Ed Trimmer
Rep. Valdenia Winn

Kansas Legislative Research Dept.
Sharon Wenger
Lauren Douglass
Eddie Penner


Office of Revisor of Statutes

Jason Long
Tamera Lawrence
Nick Myers

Sue Mollenkamp, Committee Assistant


CHARGE
The objective of this study committee is to generate discussion, input, and research to further child-centric education that makes students the top priority.

This committee is to study the following, but would not be limited to (these topics):

  • The Rose Standards set by the Kansas Supreme Court as the goal Kansas schools will meet;
  • Best funding mechanism by formula or other criteria to ensure adequate Kansas taxpayer dollars are invested in the classroom;
  • Definition of what comprises as a “suitable” education;
  • Outcomes to ensure that students are well-prepared for their future endeavors; and
  • Uniform accounting across all districts so best practices to achieve student success can be replicated.

Approved Meeting Days: 3 days


2015 Interim Information
Approved Topics Memo
Approved Days Listing

Interim Calendar
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Committee Reports to the 2016 Legislature
Committee Reports to the 2016 Legislature-Supplement

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