Two-year budget – In the education realm, support for two-year budgeting appears to be fairly widespread. Gov. Sam Brownback’s school-efficiency task force proposes such a change, and the Kansas National Education Association is in favor. The Kansas Association of School Boards also has heard interest from members. One concern, however, is the possibility that two-year funding levels, rather than being a guaranteed minimum, could be subject to cuts as state revenues fluctuate, defeating the long-range planning benefits.