Todd White, the incoming superintendent of the Blue Valley School District, conferred with the district’s lobbyist, Dodie Wellshear, during a Senate Ways and Means Committee hearing on a new school funding plan Wednesday at the statehouse in Topeka. White supports the plan because in redistributing state dollars, it ensures that no district loses state aid.
Todd White, the incoming superintendent of the Blue Valley School District, conferred with the district’s lobbyist, Dodie Wellshear, during a Senate Ways and Means Committee hearing on a new school funding plan Wednesday at the statehouse in Topeka. White supports the plan because in redistributing state dollars, it ensures that no district loses state aid. John Hanna The Associated Press
Todd White, the incoming superintendent of the Blue Valley School District, conferred with the district’s lobbyist, Dodie Wellshear, during a Senate Ways and Means Committee hearing on a new school funding plan Wednesday at the statehouse in Topeka. White supports the plan because in redistributing state dollars, it ensures that no district loses state aid. John Hanna The Associated Press

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