The state of Kansas has too many schools for its student population, and could, by consolidating districts, save up to $129 million a year.
The state of Kansas has too many schools for its student population, and could, by consolidating districts, save up to $129 million a year. Sharon Okada MCT
The state of Kansas has too many schools for its student population, and could, by consolidating districts, save up to $129 million a year. Sharon Okada MCT

Common sense calls for school consolidation in Kansas

September 20, 2014 10:00 AM

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