Lax state funding for school districts could lead to an inadequate education for an entire generation of Kansas kids, Alan Rupe, a Wichita lawyer hired by school districts, told a panel of three Shawnee County district judges Wednesday.
That’s “hyperbole,” said Arthur Chalmers, a Wichita lawyer hired by the state. In some cases, student test scores go up when funding falls and scores fall when funding increases, he said.
“When times are hard, you find ways to make do,” he said.
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