This is the worry:
Kansas legislators will be convinced the price tag to improve state schools is so out of reach that they will propose changing the state constitution to lower the bar regarding student scores and graduation rates.
Ever since a requested report put the price tag at $1.7-$2 billion in additional funding, conservative legislators have said its impossible without severely impacting all of the states other functions.
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