The Kansas Senate chose not to vote on a proposal that would have redistributed money among school districts to comply with a Supreme Court ruling. After a short debate on Monday, the chamber voted to send the bill back to committee for more work.
The Kansas Supreme Court says there are unconstitutional funding disparities between school districts. Justices say if the issue isn’t by this summer they could close schools.
The plan would have redistributed money, meaning many districts would end up losing funding.