Kansas legislative committees will debate school funding proposals this week, in response to a state supreme court mandate to boost state aid to poor districts.
A Senate Ways and Means subcommittee will discuss K-through-12 spending proposals on Monday, with the full committee considering them as early as Tuesday.
Attorney General Derek Schmidt will brief the House Appropriations Committee tomorrow on the Kansas Supreme Court's recent ruling on education funding.
The court said past cuts in aid to poor school districts created unconstitutional gaps in funding between them and wealthier districts.
It ordered lawmakers to fix the problem by July 1st.