The Kansas Legislature can settle a longstanding lawsuit over school funding by putting $364 million into education to meet a state Supreme Court order.
A lawyer for the four school districts suing Kansas over inadequate school funding said a proposal recommended last summer by the state Board of Education could end the litigation.
Last summer, the board recommended the Legislature put $364 million into education over four years after the state Supreme Court ruled that the . . .
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