Kansas officials face threat of school closures

07/6/2005 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

Facing the real possibility of a court shutdown of schools this fall, the Kansas Board of Education voted yesterday to authorize a full year of school funding in an attempt to keep campuses open, although the state budget director said state law requires payments be made monthly. As they return to a special session today, legislators disagree over the prospects of meeting a court order to find an additional $143 million for schools this fall.

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