The Wichita school district’s proposed budget presumes increases for special education, bilingual education, transportation, at-risk preschool programs, food service, utilities and other categories.
The Wichita school district’s proposed budget presumes increases for special education, bilingual education, transportation, at-risk preschool programs, food service, utilities and other categories. Jaime Green Wichita Eagle file photo
The Wichita school district’s proposed budget presumes increases for special education, bilingual education, transportation, at-risk preschool programs, food service, utilities and other categories. Jaime Green Wichita Eagle file photo

Wichita schools budget shows increases in most areas

August 25, 2017 11:54 AM

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