Under a plan passed by the state Senate, public schools in Kansas would see a boost of roughly $165 million next school year and then an additional increase of around $73 million the following year.
Under a plan passed by the state Senate, public schools in Kansas would see a boost of roughly $165 million next school year and then an additional increase of around $73 million the following year. File photo by The Star
Under a plan passed by the state Senate, public schools in Kansas would see a boost of roughly $165 million next school year and then an additional increase of around $73 million the following year. File photo by The Star

Kansas Senate agrees to school finance formula, but warnings from Democrats continue

May 31, 2017 12:46 AM

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