State Board Proposes Big Education Spending Boost

andy lambertJuly 9, 2014

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The Kansas State Board of Education is proposing a $459 million increase in state spending on public schools, phased in over two years. Most of that would go toward boosting basic aid and funding for special education programs. If the state legislature and the governor go along with it, school districts’ base aid would rise to $4,200 per student for 2015-2016. The current figure is $3,852.

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