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Kansas Senate Seeks New Ways to Fix School Funding Disparity

Responding to a decision by their state Supreme Court that found a spending gap between property-rich and property-poor schools, leaders of the Kansas Senate are looking at boosting support for local schools.

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Responding to a decision by their state Supreme Court that found a spending gap between property-rich and property-poor schools, leaders of the Kansas Senate are looking at boosting support for local schools. In a key concession, districts would be given a local option to raise property taxes to offset funding losses under the new formulas. (The Kansas City Star)

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