Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback visited Roesland Elementary School in Roeland Park on Thursday as he promoted his plan to fund all-day kindergarten programs. Kindergartener Wren Hillburn was cutting out a Kansas Jayhawk when the governor arrived; at left was Aidan Dulya. Shawnee Mission is one of 20 districts in the state that charge for full-day kindergarten.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback visited Roesland Elementary School in Roeland Park on Thursday as he promoted his plan to fund all-day kindergarten programs. Kindergartener Wren Hillburn was cutting out a Kansas Jayhawk when the governor arrived; at left was Aidan Dulya. Shawnee Mission is one of 20 districts in the state that charge for full-day kindergarten. The Kansas City Star
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback visited Roesland Elementary School in Roeland Park on Thursday as he promoted his plan to fund all-day kindergarten programs. Kindergartener Wren Hillburn was cutting out a Kansas Jayhawk when the governor arrived; at left was Aidan Dulya. Shawnee Mission is one of 20 districts in the state that charge for full-day kindergarten. The Kansas City Star

Brownback touts plan to fund all-day kindergarten

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