Johnson County school districts wouldn’t lose funds under new equalization proposals -- “This bill puts us in the best position to keep our schools open,” said Rep. Ron Ryckman Jr., an Olathe Republican and chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. “And it doesn’t pick winners and losers.”

Statehouse Blend with Ron Ryckman, Jr. -- Kansas Rep. Ron Ryckman Jr., a Republican from Olathe, joined KCUR's Statehouse Blend podcast this weekend to discuss the Legislature's burden in coming up with a new school funding plan.

Efficiency experts promise big savings in Kansas -- “I’m looking forward to more details,” said Rep. Ron Ryckman Jr., an Olathe Republican. “And it’s not just money. It’s also providing a better quality of service.”

Questions and answers about proposed fix for Kansas school finances -- Rep. Ron Ryckman Jr., an Olathe Republican, and Sen. Ty Masterson, an Andover Republican, chairmen of the Legislature’s budget committees, said they were keeping careful record for the court of the plan’s approval, including the use of transcriptionists at meetings. The court suggested in its ruling that the Legislature “show its work.”

Johnson County school districts wouldn’t lose funds under new equalization proposals -- “This bill puts us in the best position to keep our schools open,” said Rep. Ron Ryckman Jr., an Olathe Republican and chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. “And it doesn’t pick winners and losers.”




E-mail Ron at: ron@ronryckman.com



Topeka Office Information
Room: 111-N
Seat: 9
Phone: 785 296-5481 (January - May)
Email: ron.ryckman@house.ks.gov

Committees
Chair, Appropriations
Chair, Legislative Budget Committee
2015 Special Committee on K-12 Student Success
2013 Special Committee on Education