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.
After some cuts to field trips at USD 259, local attractions like the Sedgwick Co. Zoo and Tanganyika Wildlife Park may be impacted.
USD 457 says they need some extra cash so the school board voted to apply for the Extraordinary Needs Fund.
The Sublette school district says that block grant and reduced funding has them looking at ways to cut costs.
Gov. Sam Brownback is urging districts to move more of the money they get into the classroom and hold down administrative costs.
KSN reached out to the superintendent of Newton Public Schools after Gov. Brownback referenced a conversation with a board member.
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in November on whether the school funding law has fixed unconstitutional disparities.
One Missouri school district is advertising for teaching jobs with billboards in the Sunflower State.
The $54 million due back to Kansas schools by July 1 will not be required for payment immediately.
The fight over school funding in Kansas is far from over.