Hensley to give presentation Wednesday at OCHS

OSAGE CITY—Senate Democratic Leader Anthony Hensley will travel to school districts around the state to give his presentation entitled “Education on the Brink” to groups of teachers, parents, school employees, advocates of education, and all Kansans concerned about the current state of education in Kansas. Following the presentation, Hensley will open it up to a question and answer session.

Hensley will present “Education on the Brink” at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Osage City High School Auditorium. The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session for teachers, parents, school employees, advocates of education, and all Kansans concerned about the current state of education in Kansas.

Senator Hensley is the longest serving legislator in Kansas history. The 2014 Legislative Session marked his 38th session as a legislator and his 17th session as the Senate Democratic Leader. He is a lifelong resident of the 19th Senate District, comprised of eastern Topeka and Shawnee County, western Douglas and Jefferson counties, and all of Osage County.

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