Seaman superintendent has concerns with Gov. Sam Brownback's proposed budget cuts

By Scott Rothschild · January 24, 2011 · Comment on this

Mike Mathes, who is superintendent of the Seaman school district in Shawnee County, and president-elect of the Kansas School Superintendents Association, talks Monday about concerns he has with Gov. Sam Brownback's proposed budget and the effect it will have on special education funding. Mathes' comments came after he testified to the House Appropriations Committee which is going over Brownback's budget recommendation.

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