Brownback To Push ‘Targeted’ Approach To Education In 2014 Session
By STEPHEN KORANDA
The 2014 Kansas legislative session kicks off Monday, and Gov. Sam Brownback says education is at the top of his priorities, including his recently unveiled reading initiative and instituting statewide full-day kindergarten.
“I think the public wants to see us produce high-quality products, here from government. And the core function of state government is education,” Brownback said in an exclusive interview. “We put over half of our state general fund in K-12, but we need to see it produce and not just put money in. And, not ask for any results.”
The conversation with Gov. Brownback continues below: