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December 30, 2014 12:46 PM

Three-judge panel in Kansas calls school funding inadequate

The Shawnee County District Court panel suggested a reasonable floor would require the state to spend at least $802 more a year per public school student — with additional funds for at-risk students and other specific student populations. That could mean an additional $548 million a year, applying even more pressure on state lawmakers already scrambling to fill a $700 million budget hole.

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