As Kansas' Funding Fiasco Goes On, District Plans $73M Sale

Williamson, Richard
May 2004
Bond Buyer;5/18/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31886, p30
Trade Publication
Reports on the plans of Johnson County Unified School District 512 to issue general obligation bonds in Kansas City, Kansas. Effect of the ruling about the state's school finance formula on the sale; Struggle of poorer districts to find money to replace crumbling schools; Complaint of taxpayers about being shortchanged because their tax dollars go to support other less affluent districts.


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