“Kansas is known for its high-quality wheat, and this cutting-edge facility will strengthen the competitive edge we have in the market,” Governor Laura Kelly said. “Now, Kansas wheat farming families will have a massive direct buyer close to home and major food, baking, and pet food companies are able to have their wheat needs met here in Phillipsburg."
Phillipsburg, Kan. -- Governor Laura Kelly today joined Amber Wave, a leader in sustainable agriculture, food ingredients, and low-carbon fuels, to cut the ribbon on a state-of-the-art wheat protein i...
It’s not so much that there is a shortage of teachers as a shortage of people who are willing to teach in the current work environment that they are being given.
A whole lot of places have made it completely untenable to take that job, with pay that doesn’t even come close to buying enough BS tolerance.
When you’re being idiotically micromanaged to death by state legislatures, and asked to do so for mere peanuts, yeah, you’re going to get a teacher shortage because they’re all going to go “you aren’t paying me anywhere near enough to put up with this” and walking.
Even states like Florida that are putting unqualified veterans in teaching positions are quickly going to find out that the veterans aren’t going to put up with those conditions either.
Just like everywhere else, the problem isn’t a shortage of qualified people. It’s a shortage of people willing to put up with awful working conditions and pay.
"A federal climate bill aims to press carmakers to assemble cars in North America and to source or recycle certain components here. Panasonic Energy plans to build a $4 billion electric vehicle power plant on the edge of the Kansas City area."
Panasonic’s decision to build a $4 billion factory for electric vehicle batteries in Johnson County could help an industry struggling to ramp up while reeling from an ailing supply chain. The plant ...