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Legislature works to produce education finance plan

The Kansas Legislature passed two bills for Education Finance last week, and were hard at work Saturday negotiating to reach an agreement Saturday.  An evening vote was anticipated, but as the House and Senate adjourned Saturday night, no word was forthcoming.  
Earlier last week, the Senate passed a bill that introduced a property tax rebate for families who send their children to non-public schools, as well as essentially eliminating tenure for K-12 teachers, and halting spending on Common Core.  Friday, the House passed a similar bill that did not include mention of Common Core or property tax rebates, but did ...


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