January 6, 2015

Kansas Judges Again Rule That The State Funding System Is Unconstitutional

A three-judge District Court panel in Kansas recently held that it was a “clear fact that constitutional inadequacy from any rational measure or perspective clearly has […]
April 9, 2014

Kansas Legislature Complies with Court Order

Kansas lawmakers voted to increase education funding to the state’s poorer school districts, thus complying with a State Supreme Court ruling last month that directed the […]
March 11, 2014

Kansas Supreme Court Toughens Adequacy Standard but Sends Case Back to Lower Court for Further Proceedings

In a unanimous 110 page decision that avoided an immediate confrontation with the legislature, the Kansas Supreme Court last week expressly adopted the demanding standards for […]
December 9, 2013

Kansas Court Allows Affluent District’s Claim to Move Forward

A recent decision in a case in which parents in an affluent district are challenging a state-imposed cap on the amount of money residents can tax […]