Kansas City-Area Districts Brace for Influx
The struggling Kansas City, Mo., district, plagued by low test scores and leadership turmoil, is slated to lose state accreditation at the beginning of the year.
But the ripple effects of that action may spread far beyond the boundaries of the 17,400-student system.
Missouri currently has a law that requires districts that surround an unaccredited school system to enroll those students if the parents decide they want to...
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