Kan. offers some districts special "innovative" status

12/3/2013 | Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.), The

Eight school districts in Kansas have applied to be designated as "innovative districts," a status established under state law this year to free school districts from some education mandates and allow room for creative ideas. The law has drawn criticism for allowing districts with the status to avoid some collective-bargaining mandates with teachers.

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