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  • Kansas schools' supporters call for adequate and equitable funding

    Shawnee Mission School District teachers and other public school supporters gathered outside the Statehouse on Thursday in Topeka. They called on legislators to "do their jobs" and fund the schools adequately.

Shawnee Mission School District teachers and other public school supporters gathered outside the Statehouse on Thursday in Topeka. They called on legislators to "do their jobs" and fund the schools adequately. kmyers@kcstar.com
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