Kansas school boards cautioned about using new powers to hire, fire teachers


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The Kansas Association of School Boards is urging its members to use caution before using new hiring and firing powers granted to them under a bill that Gov. Sam Brownback signed into law this week. That bill repeals teachers’ tenure rights and relaxes licensing standards for teachers in certain subject areas. By Peter Hancock

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