Reduced revenue could require Kansas to again lower aid to almost 300 local school districts by as much as $70 million. The state government has already reduced financial assistance by $215 per student since January.

Deputy education commissioner Dale Dennis said the state might not have enough money in its coffers to meet its legal and legislative obligations to school districts during the remainder of the 2009-2010 school year.

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