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Dear Editor,
Hearing the news of the Kansas state Senate this week passing a bill to eliminate due process protections for our public school teachers was disheartening for me as a former legislator!
In the 1977 session of the legislature, I researched hundreds of instances in which superintendents and/or school boards arbitrarily and without cause terminated experienced and dedicated teachers in Kansas public schools. Usually, the real reason for this action was never publicly revealed because the teacher had given a school board member’s or superintendent’s child an honest grade or because the board needed to save ...


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