School Bond requirement in Kansas
This bond is a school choice measure that has a scholarship program for special needs children. If schools would like to participate in this program, non-public schools would have to post a surety bond in an amount equal to the aggregate amount of the scholarships expected to be paid during the first school year. If the school does not want to post a surety bond a financial statement demonstrating the ability to pay such amounts would also be accepted.
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