A national report card reached the same conclusion that a three-judge panel did last week: Kansas is doing a bad job funding its schools. The annual Education Week “Quality Counts” study gave Kansas a D on school spending. Kansas also received low marks for lack of improvement on national achievement tests and for teacher pay. Overall, Kansas received a C grade and was ranked 37th in the nation.
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