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Wichita district continues funding lawsuit against state


WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Wichita school district's battle over state funding has surpassed $2 million in legal bills as it heads into another year.

School board members unanimously voted Monday for a resolution continuing Wichita Public Schools' membership in Schools for Fair Funding, a coalition of districts suing the state, the Wichita Eagle reported . The lawsuit alleges current school funding levels violate the state constitution and deprive students of a proper education.

The resolution calls for Wichita to spend up to $6 per student annually on the lawsuit, putting the district's tota...

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