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How Will Kansas Lawmakers Comply with Supreme Court Order on School Funding?

What's ahead for Kansas school funding?
What's ahead for Kansas school funding?

Ever since the Kansas Supreme Court found the state’s current method of funding public schools unconstitutional - and threatened to shut down schools June 30 - many have been wondering how the Kansas Legislature will fix the problem. As education reporter Sam Zeff discovered, the leading plan now would shift money from wealthy school districts to poorer districts.

Sam Zeff is an education reporter for KCUR Radio in Kansas City.

KCUR-FM, 89.3FM, is the flagship NPR station of the Kansas City metro area. It is part of Kansas City Public Media and part of the NPR digital network. Licensed to the University of Missouri-Kansas City and located on the UMCK campus.