It is not enough. The Kansas Supreme Court rules that spending on public schools remains inadequate despite an increase approved earlier this year. Justices are giving lawmakers another year to boost funding. The high court rejecting arguments from the state that a new law phasing in a $548 million increase in funding over five years is enough to provide a "suitable" education for every child.
The court has delayed its mandate until June 30, 2019, or until further order of the court.