TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Topeka Public Schools could see a nearly $2 million increase in their spending power if the school funding bill is signed into law.
Manhattan-Ogden’s spending power would increase by almost a million. Emporia schools by $860,000, and Geary County schools will see $3.8 million more in spending power. Once the state begins paying their fair share, many property owners will see a reduction in taxes.
You can see how much your school district by visiting the Kansas Department of Education’s website.