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Apr 14, 2018  

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In 1966, Kansas voters approved a constitutional amendment that overhauled the way the state's public schools are governed. The most significant change was establishing an elected State Board of Education and an appointed education commissioner who would supervise the state's public schools. Included in that amendment, however, is a 15-word sentence that has been at the heart of multiple school finance lawsuits, including the current case, Gannon v. Kansas: "The legislature shall make suitable provision for finance of the educational

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