Guest Commentary

April 2, 2014 3:38 PM

Education recalculation is bad math that will close virtual schools

“We agree that Kansas owes its public school students — regardless of their community’s economy — a high-quality education supported by fair and full funding,” write Natasha and Les Miller of Fredonia, Kan. “But our state’s educational promise extends to the approximately 6,000 full-time virtual public school students as well.”

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