When the economy crashed and the state made large budget cuts to education funding, lawmakers urged school districts to be patient. “The common goal is restoring that money, and we will restore that money,” Rep. Steve Huebert, R-Valley Center, told Wichita superintendent John Allison in 2010. Well, the economy is growing again and the state now has a significant budget surplus. Yet the House has resisted a Senate proposal to restore about 10 percent of the base state aid that was cut over the past four years.
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