David Hicks

David Hicks writes for The Sentinel, a publication focusing on news and issues in the state of Kansas.

Kansas, 10 other states sue Biden administration over latest student loan forgiveness plan

(The Sentinel) – Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach, along with the attorneys general of ten other states, is suing the Biden Administration over its latest attempt to cancel the debt… Read More

April 2, 2024
Kansas bill would give school board members tools to improve transparency and accountability

(The Sentinel) – School board members in Kansas would no longer be restricted to whom they could speak on district issues, nor be barred from school property under Senate Bill 427… Read More

March 19, 2024
Public Education
Community group claims its Kansas school board lacks transparency in bond issue campaign

(The Sentinel) – Voters in USD 273 Beloit (Kansas) go to the polls in April to decide the fate of a $20 million package of new construction and… Read More

March 8, 2024
Public Education
Kansas universities spent $45 million on DEI, received $116 million from foreign sources last year

(The Sentinel) – A new state audit says the six Kansas state universities spent $45 million on various Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) activities during the 2022-2023 school year and… Read More

March 7, 2024
Public Education
Kansas school district defends sending flyer from progressive group to parents

(The Sentinel) – Leavenworth USD 453 distributed a flyer to parents recently announcing a day-long event at the State Capitol ostensibly to introduce students to the legislative process, meet… Read More

February 13, 2024