KANSAS CITY, KAN. ----- The four Wyandotte County public school districts will lose nearly $1.9 million in funding after Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback announced new cuts to education on Thursday.
Brownback announced the state would reduce aid to public schools by about $28 million.
As a result of the cut, the Kansas City, Kan., Public Schools District is one of the biggest losers.
The district will lose just over $1.4 million in funding.
The Turner School District will lose over $252,000 in state aid; the Bonner Springs-Edwardsville School District will lose out on $143,315 in funding and Piper loses out on over $96,000.