Kansas lawmakers have heard conflicting arguments about whether more money for schools means better student performance.
Kansas is urging the Kansas Supreme Court to let the governor and lawmakers decide whether schools are getting enough money.
What does “more money in the classroom” mean? Schools take exception to Governor definition.
Top legislators have approved $4.2 million in emergency aid for 25 public school districts after trimming back their requests.
More bad economic news for Kansas: A lack of tax revenue means more state cuts are coming. However, education isn’t getting chopped.
The Brownback administration doesn’t want to grant emergency funding to most Kansas school districts that plan on seeking funds at an upcomi…
An attorney for four Kansas school districts says the state Supreme Court needs to take “prompt action” to fix funding shortfalls.
The Kansas Supreme Court is preparing to weigh arguments in a lawsuit that claims the state’s school districts are inadequately funded.
Attorneys for Kansas school districts suing the state over its school funding formula have asked the Kansas Supreme Court to lift a stay on …
Governor Sam Brownback says he’d like the GOP-dominated Legislature to draft a new school funding formula next year.
There’s a committee that’s been named to pay for schools. But, will it be open to the public?
Five months after a new law for funding public schools took effect in Kansas, legislators and education officials are talking about drafting…
While some schools have struggled to fill teacher positions, Dodge City schools have a problem need more classrooms for its teachers.
Several school districts in Kansas get less than half the emergency aid they were seeking under measures a state panel approved.
The Hoisington school district is working hard on defending their case to the state.