Senate approves open enrollment bill


The Kansas Senate on Tuesday approved a bill allowing students to more freely move from one school district to another as part of a renewed effort to expand school choice options for Kansans.

The Senate voted 23-16 to supportΒ legislation that opponents said would force local taxpayers to pick up the cost of educating students from outside a district, but that supporters said enhanced educational opportunity.

The bill was backed by the Kansas Policy . . .


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