The Kansas Supreme Court has heard yet another argument over school finance in the state. After a new formula passed the legislature — and almost $500 million was added to school spending over two years — it may be time for the judges to pause and see if the schools are adequately paid for.
The Kansas Supreme Court has heard yet another argument over school finance in the state. After a new formula passed the legislature — and almost $500 million was added to school spending over two years — it may be time for the judges to pause and see if the schools are adequately paid for. File photo
The Kansas Supreme Court has heard yet another argument over school finance in the state. After a new formula passed the legislature — and almost $500 million was added to school spending over two years — it may be time for the judges to pause and see if the schools are adequately paid for. File photo

Editorial: Kansas should press pause in battle over school funding

July 21, 2017 06:55 PM

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