Spending for Kansas public schools “is inadequate from any rational perspective of the evidence,” a three-judge panel concluded. “Avoidance is not an option,” the judges said, blaming the problem on a “self-imposed fiscal dilemma.”
Spending for Kansas public schools “is inadequate from any rational perspective of the evidence,” a three-judge panel concluded. “Avoidance is not an option,” the judges said, blaming the problem on a “self-imposed fiscal dilemma.” Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Spending for Kansas public schools “is inadequate from any rational perspective of the evidence,” a three-judge panel concluded. “Avoidance is not an option,” the judges said, blaming the problem on a “self-imposed fiscal dilemma.” Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

Three-judge panel in Kansas calls school funding inadequate

December 30, 2014 12:46 PM

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