Superintendents from Johnson County’s three biggest school districts made their case Wednesday against a bill that reworks how state money is doled out for bridging the gap between property-rich and property-poor school districts. Above, the House chamber in the Statehouse in Topeka.
Superintendents from Johnson County’s three biggest school districts made their case Wednesday against a bill that reworks how state money is doled out for bridging the gap between property-rich and property-poor school districts. Above, the House chamber in the Statehouse in Topeka. Keith Myers Kansas City Star file photo
Superintendents from Johnson County’s three biggest school districts made their case Wednesday against a bill that reworks how state money is doled out for bridging the gap between property-rich and property-poor school districts. Above, the House chamber in the Statehouse in Topeka. Keith Myers Kansas City Star file photo

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