Public schools in Kansas have dodged the budget-cutting bullets. Now, with nothing but bad options for closing an $850 million deficit, lawmakers should consider compromises that include reductions in school funding.
Public schools in Kansas have dodged the budget-cutting bullets. Now, with nothing but bad options for closing an $850 million deficit, lawmakers should consider compromises that include reductions in school funding. JEFF ROBERSON The Star
Public schools in Kansas have dodged the budget-cutting bullets. Now, with nothing but bad options for closing an $850 million deficit, lawmakers should consider compromises that include reductions in school funding. JEFF ROBERSON The Star

Steve Rose: In Kansas, modest cuts to school funding must be considered

February 03, 2017 08:30 PM

UPDATED February 03, 2017 08:30 PM

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