Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s budget director says he’s not planning to back off cuts in funding for public schools and state universities.
School districts suing Kansas over education funding are telling the state Supreme Court that they want a lower court to still handle their …
One Kansas senator hopes to tighten the requirements for employees in our kids’ schools through more frequent background checks.
Top Republican officials in Kansas are working on a plan to overhaul funding for public schools designed to prevent unanticipated demands fo…
As lawmakers continue to talk finance changes for schools, dozens of schools are looking at raising their own supplemental money.
“People don’t come to Kansas for our mountains and beaches,” they come for quality of life and education. Parents and school leaders listen …
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today filed the State’s formal appeal with the Kansas Supreme Court in the school finance litigation.
The school districts will receive rebates through EPA’s Diesel Emissions Reduction Act funding to replace existing diesel school buses.
Some Kansas lawmakers and interest groups see the upheaval in education funding as an opportunity to tweak school curriculums.
Like other schools across Kansas, Hutchinson is working to figure out cuts to classrooms.
Wichita Public Schools, the state’s largest school district, is scrambling to figure out how to cut $3 million from its budget.
Both sides are speaking out about school funding in Kansas.
This afternoon, USD 259 Superintendent John Allison spoke out about the cuts, saying they would be able to absorb the cuts for now.
KSN asks Budget Director Shawn Sullivan about his October 20, 2014 interview with KSN when he said “I do not foresee any K-12 education cuts…
School officials across the state are scrambling to deal with the millions of dollars in budget cuts.