If you’re interested in education in Kansas, here are some websites you should check out:
Kansas Open Gov takes information from the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) and transforms it into an easy to understand, sortable format. You can look at district revenues and spending per pupil, as well as district checkbooks, cash balances, and other financial information. You can also compare one district to another.
Kansas Open Gov also has achievement data, for both the state (NAEP) and districts (state assessments).
Why Not Kansas is all about school choice–tax credits, charter schools, vouchers, what have you. It has news on the latest developments in school choice programs and laws across the nation, as well as the basics about various forms of school choice.