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Kansas legislators have it in for public education



TOPEKA, Kan.  -The Kansas Legislature has decided to wade into the fraught issue of schools and COVID-19 — by looking to undermine public education.

As The Topeka Capital-Journal’s Andrew Bahl wrote last week: “The debate over education savings accounts, an option currently used by a half-dozen states as a stand-in for school vouchers, comes as lawmakers increasingly signal they will be more aggressive in expanding the state’s choice programs, much to the chagrin of public school advocates.”