Last fall's Newcomer class at Wichita's Jefferson Elementary School had kids from all over the world, including Burma, Brazil, Mexico, Honduras, Vietnam and Iran. Gov. Sam Brownback is seeking to change the way Kansas funds its schools and wants to build a future school-finance formula around performance measures.
Last fall's Newcomer class at Wichita's Jefferson Elementary School had kids from all over the world, including Burma, Brazil, Mexico, Honduras, Vietnam and Iran. Gov. Sam Brownback is seeking to change the way Kansas funds its schools and wants to build a future school-finance formula around performance measures. Travis Heying File photo
Last fall's Newcomer class at Wichita's Jefferson Elementary School had kids from all over the world, including Burma, Brazil, Mexico, Honduras, Vietnam and Iran. Gov. Sam Brownback is seeking to change the way Kansas funds its schools and wants to build a future school-finance formula around performance measures. Travis Heying File photo

Brownback proposes linking school funding to student performance

January 30, 2015 03:24 PM

UPDATED January 31, 2015 06:44 AM

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