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Read here about how the issues we face today can be addressed with public policies that foster human creativity in a free-market economy.

Oct 5, 2018

What would you do if your child was not thriving in his or her public school?

What would you do if your child was not thriving in his or her public school?  If they weren’t receiving the special needs services that truly helped them participate?  If they were being bullied? If you, as a parent, just knew that a traditional classroom environment wasn’t a good fit?     What if you could […]

Sep 22, 2018

2018 Policy Circle Award Winners headed to State Policy Network Annual Meeting

The 2018 Policy Circle Leadership Summit recognized six of our members for their efforts in circle growth, member engagement, and member experience. In addition to a beautiful commemorative bowl, The Policy Circle partnered with Summit sponsor, the State Policy Network (SPN) to present six fully-paid scholarships to SPN’s annual meeting in Salt Lake City in […]

Sep 11, 2018

Join Us: Free Range Parenting Expert is Coming to Kansas

Join The Policy Circle and the Kansas Policy Institute for a discussion featuring  well-known author Lenore Skenazy on fostering self-sufficiency, independence and decision-making in young children Lenore is the author of Free Range Kids and founder of its companion website, FreeRange Kids.com, and host of the TV series “World’s Worst Mom” (Discovery/TLC).   “We have […]

Sep 8, 2018

What are women saying about the third annual Policy Circle Leadership Summit?

So what are women saying about the third annual Policy Circle Leadership Summit?   “During the Summit, I was struck by the power of the individual to effect change and create an positive impact in people’s lives. The speakers inspired me to be bold and move outside my comfort zone!” – Najah, Illinois “This was my […]