Up to Date
11:25 am
Mon December 16, 2013

Controversy Brews With Court Ruling, KCMO School Plans

You might have guessed that the Kansas City, Mo., schools aren’t happy with the recent ruling that will make them pay for students transferring outside their district. Now, they’re channeling that fury through the courts.

Controversy is ripe in the Kansas City Public Schools over the recent transfer law decisions and plans for the future.
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In the first part of Monday's Up to Date, we discuss the details of that and take a look at the controversial and secretive long-term plans from the education commissioner for the unaccredited district.

Guests:

  • Airick Leonard West, president of the Kansas City School Board
  • Jennifer Wolfsie, Kansas City Public Schools District Advisory Committee

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