Democracy On Tap: Education Funding

The Engage ICT: Democracy on Tap mini-series on the 2019 legislative session continued on February 12 at Roxy's Downtown with a discussion focused on education funding. A new governor could mean changes to education funding in Kansas. What implications could these changes have on area schools? We spoke with those who know.

Panelists:

  • Cory Gibson, Valley Center Public Schools superintendent
  • Celia Llopis-Jepsen, Kansas News Service reporter
  • Lynn Rogers, Kansas lieutenant governor
  • Susan Willis, Wichita Public Schools chief financial officer 

Here's the audio from the event:

 


Here's the discussion that aired on Facebook Live:

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