Shawnee Mission, USD 232 publish link to accountability reports online to comply with state K-12 funding bill

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Students at Mill Creek Elementary.

The K-12 funding bill, which brought funding for Kansas public education up to a constitutional level for the next four years, also requires an extra step for school districts to be in compliance with state law.

The law, Senate Bill 16, requires the Kansas Department of Education to create one-page performance accountability reports for the state, each school district, and each school building. And the law establishes uniform requirements for each school district to publish links to those accountability reports on their websites.