A Measure of Justice for Kansas' Students?


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A new study by a Kansas legislative commission has found that in order to meet court-ordered school standards, the legislature will need to add between $316 million and $399 million to the education budget for the next school year.

The big question that jumps out at me, given the glaring discrepancy between the amount of money that they are talking about for next year, is will Governor Sebelius and the legislature be able to work together and be bold enough to come up with a long-term sustainable solution or settle for the quick fix?
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