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UPDATED INFORMATION NOW AVAILABLE: The American Jobs Act
Sep 9, 2011 - 12:44:52 PM
Earlier today, the White House released additional information about what the American Jobs Act means for each state’s ability to modernize and rebuild their schools. The President’s plan would invest $30 billion in enhancing the condition of our nation’s public schools – with $25 billion going to K-12 schools, including a priority for rural schools and dedicated funding for Bureau of Indian Education funded schools, and $5 billion to community colleges (including tribal colleges). According to estimates released by the White House, Kansas would receive approximately $191.4 million to invest in K-12 infrastructure. See below for a complete listing of funds, by state.

For a summary of information about Kansas, click here.

Background

Last week, before a joint session of Congress, President Obama proposed the American Jobs Act. According to the President, the purpose of the Act is to create jobs in America, reform spending programs and reduce the deficit. The White House has released additional information about the impact on states, should the plan be enacted.

To read the full text of the President's speech, click here.





As you enroll students, welcome teachers and prepare for the first day of school, don't forget to take time to renew your USA|Kansas membership. You can renew online or download a PDF membership form.

The KanSPRA Fall Conference, Navigating New Skies will be held October 29-31, 2014, at the Joyce Focht Instructional Support Center in Wichita. Click here to register online for the 2014 KanSPRA Fall Conference or download a PDF registration form to mail in. To download the Conference Program, click here.
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2014-2015 Superintendent Changes The most recent superintendent change list for 2014-2015 is now available online. Please note that this list is subject to change regularly. To submit changes or updated information, please contact the USA|Kansas office at 785.232.6566.


KSDE Timeline for Reports and Collections, 2013-2014. Have you updated your calendar with report deadlines? Download this report to keep track of when and how to submit reports to KSDE.

Kansas Statutes for School Administrators. This page includes a list of frequently accessed Kansas Statutes governing public schools, especially school finance.

KPERS Members: Your Benefits Are Changing.
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To help members and employers understand the benefit changes enacted this past legislative session, the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS) has developed a special section on their website for changes going into effect in January, 2014.
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