Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Greitens budget cut will trim four percent from Joplin, area schools' bus funding

Each Missouri school district will lose four percent of its state transportation funding as a part of the $146 million in budget cuts announced by Gov. Eric Greitens Monday. This Kansas City Action 41 report examines what those cuts will mean.


Anonymous said...

Missouri will be WINNING like kaansASS and darkansASS.


Unintended Consequences said...

Good thing MO supports schools! Are they aware there are students who live more than 2 miles from school, aren't old enough to drive (if they could afford cars), whose parents have to work for a living? Four per cent of the bus budget, that's a small amount. Whose job goes: bus driver or mechanic? And higher education, just raise the price; those students can just add it to their loans.