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October 27, 2013 12:00 AM

Sam Brownback: Kansas schools aren’t being shortchanged

While the citizens of Kansas do appreciate the New York Times’ interest in the quality of education received by our children, the newspaper’s editorial board may be unaware of a few simple facts, judging from the conclusions drawn in its Oct. 13 editorial titled “Shortchanging Kansas Schoolchildren” (which was noted in the Oct. 16 WE Blog excerpts).

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