Static funding from the state and increasing expenses to blame for potential cuts.
Board members formally took a stance against a proposed bill that would do a lot more than just eliminate common core standards.
Superintendent Tracy Bourne said the bill does not resolve concerns with the overall issues of school funding.
Wednesday night, the Goddard Public School District held its annual State of the District Address where the mood was anything but pleasant.
Kansas legislative negotiators have agreed on the details of a plan for balancing the state’s next budget.
The Kansas Supreme Court’s ruling Thursday could mean trouble for growing districts.
The court’s decision that the state failed to fix school funding inequities was met with positive reviews by smaller districts.
The Wichita School District says it is pleased with the ruling Thursday by the Kansas Supreme Court.
The Kansas Policy Institute issued a statement after the Kansas Supreme Court decision.
House Speaker Ray Merrick on Thursday issued the following statement in the Gannon school finance decision.
In response to today’s ruling, Kansas NEA President Mark Farr offered the following statement
The Kansas Supreme Court on Thursday that the state failed to fix inequities in the school funding.
The Kansas Supreme Court announced Wednesday it will rule on a court case that challenges the way public schools in the state are funded.
Gov. Brownback is defending his support for using a new school funding formula to encourage districts to enact merit pay for teachers.
A Lawrence High School graduate has created a nonprofit to funnel donations to Kansas schools.