The Kansas Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Legislature is not adequately funding schools despite putting more than $500 million into education over the next five years.
The court found in a 39-page opinion that the funding allocated by the Legislature this year didn't sufficiently account for inflation. Compliance could cost up to $400 million.
The decision gave the Legislature until next April to craft a remedy, which will put education as a central issue headed into the final months of a . . .