Wichita schools superintendent John Allison says no one knows the exact impact a Kansas Supreme Court ruling will have on the Wichita district, although it’s expected to get a boost of millions of dollars. (Jan. 5, 2017)
Wichita schools superintendent John Allison says no one knows the exact impact a Kansas Supreme Court ruling will have on the Wichita district, although it’s expected to get a boost of millions of dollars. (Jan. 5, 2017) Fernando Salazar File photo
Wichita schools superintendent John Allison says no one knows the exact impact a Kansas Supreme Court ruling will have on the Wichita district, although it’s expected to get a boost of millions of dollars. (Jan. 5, 2017) Fernando Salazar File photo

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