TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s school efficiency task force has launched a web page to take anonymous tips about problems with school spending.
Brownback’s office unveiled the new website Wednesday. The governor also announced that he’s added Iola Superintendent Brian Pekarek as the panel’s 11th member.
Brownback formed the task force last month to look for ways to make public schools more efficient spending their state funding.
Most of the panel’s members are certified public accountants, including Brownback budget director Steve Anderson. The governor was criticized for not including any teachers or administrators.
Brownback’s office says the new web portal give students, parents, teachers and administrators a way to disclose inefficiencies they’ve experienced.
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