Kansas budget director Duane Goossen said last week that most of the 295 school districts in the state will not receive their full December aid allotment until early January due to lower-than-expected state revenue.

Goossen told the Board of Education that the state was scheduled to make a $196 million payment to districts on Dec. 1, but delayed about $98 million until the end of the month. A $75 million allocation for special education programs, which was due today, will be delayed at least three weeks, he said.

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