The Kansas Supreme Court is threatening again to close the state’s public schools and has rejected some education funding changes enacted by…
Voting begins Monday and ends Wednesday. If the vote is no, cuts could come to librarians and custodial services.
Governor Sam Brownback Wednesday signed Senate Bill 249, the budget bill for fiscal years 2017 and 2018.
Hutchinson Public Schools is making plans if the Kansas Legislature is unable to address funding equity issues
As budget uncertainty continues, some aspiring teachers are looking out-of-state for positions.
Legislators this year made technical changes in how state aid is distributed.
The Wichita Board of Education will decide what to cut to balance its 2016-2017 school year at its meeting next Monday night.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt Friday night filed with the Kansas Supreme Court the state’s brief in Gannon v. Kansas.
A new report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics compares employment data in the Kansas City metro, on the Kansas side to the Missouri si…
Leaders in the state’s largest school district are speaking out about the school funding bill the governor signed.
Kansas AG Derek Schmid filed the legislative response to the Kansas Supreme Court’s equity ruling earlier this year in Gannon v. Kansas.
Local property taxes could rise across Kansas under an education funding bill approved by legislators.
The latest sign of the controversy over school funding in Kansas took on the form of a banner at a Wichita High School.
Before starting their annual spring break, Kansas lawmakers approved an education funding plan, but difficult budget issues still loom.
The Kansas House has sent Governor Sam Brownback a school funding plan designed to meet state Supreme Court guidelines.