The governor will cut the state’s universities by 2 percent and cut K-12 education by 1.5 percent, leading to a combined savings of $44.5 million.
The governor will cut the state’s universities by 2 percent and cut K-12 education by 1.5 percent, leading to a combined savings of $44.5 million. Thad Allton Associated Press
The governor will cut the state’s universities by 2 percent and cut K-12 education by 1.5 percent, leading to a combined savings of $44.5 million. Thad Allton Associated Press

Gov. Sam Brownback cuts funding for schools and higher education

February 05, 2015 02:29 PM

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