Kansas lawmakers propose cutting nearly $128 million in general state aid from K-12 education, and more than $22 million from higher education, but educators say those cuts could put some districts in a risky financial position and could lead to tuition hikes.
Kansas lawmakers propose cutting nearly $128 million in general state aid from K-12 education, and more than $22 million from higher education, but educators say those cuts could put some districts in a risky financial position and could lead to tuition hikes. File photo by Bo Rader brader@wichitaeagle.com
Kansas lawmakers propose cutting nearly $128 million in general state aid from K-12 education, and more than $22 million from higher education, but educators say those cuts could put some districts in a risky financial position and could lead to tuition hikes. File photo by Bo Rader brader@wichitaeagle.com

Kansas educators say budget cuts would raise tuition, empty some district coffers

February 08, 2017 04:58 PM

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