Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s plan to provide public school district with block grants was rejected by a three-judge panel Friday. The court ruled that the bill violates the state constitution “both in regard to its adequacy of funding and in its change of, and in its embedding of, inequities in the provision of capital outlay state aid and supplemental general state aid.”
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s plan to provide public school district with block grants was rejected by a three-judge panel Friday. The court ruled that the bill violates the state constitution “both in regard to its adequacy of funding and in its change of, and in its embedding of, inequities in the provision of capital outlay state aid and supplemental general state aid.” File photo by Orlin Wagner The Associated Press
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s plan to provide public school district with block grants was rejected by a three-judge panel Friday. The court ruled that the bill violates the state constitution “both in regard to its adequacy of funding and in its change of, and in its embedding of, inequities in the provision of capital outlay state aid and supplemental general state aid.” File photo by Orlin Wagner The Associated Press

Court tosses out block grant funding for Kansas schools

June 26, 2015 03:06 PM

UPDATED June 26, 2015 05:29 PM

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