Game On reaches 15,000 Facebook likes

On July 2nd, 2017 Game On for Kansas Schools reached 15,000 Facebook likes. Thanks to our team for helping us reach more Kansans with accurate, current information on Kansas education funding and policy issues. We offered a shirt to lucky like #15,000, and the person who referred her. If you’d like to order a shirt, send an email to with your shirt size and address and submit $20 payment here: (Shirts are super soft but run small so we recommend ordering a size up.)...
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Rep. Hineman explains why restoring tax revenue was necessary

“Though raising taxes is never easy, it was unfortunately the only responsible option available. State government has been cut to the point where there is no reasonable way to reduce spending enough to balance the budget. Those who parrot the phrase ‘we have a spending problem, not a revenue problem’ have repeatedly failed to offer realistic suggestions for further cuts.” Read more here: Originally posted on Facebook 7/4/17....
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Educate Andover shares information on reduced funding levels

We’re sharing this Facebook post from our friends at Educate Andover. “’Kansas’ funding level for schools has fallen behind other states; it has dropped to the lowest level compared to Kansans’ personal income in three decades!’ (Ks Assn of School Boards) “Here’s some back up for that surprising statistic. From 1975 to 2010, total school district funding in Kansas averaged 4.54% of state personal income. Based on the Consensus Revenue Estimate of state income growth, Kansas’s personal income will be $146.6 billion in 2017 and $152.3 billion in 2018. “If we were to apply the historic 4.45% funding...
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