Overall, students in Kansas City Public Schools saw their overall scores rise 2.1 percentage points in the 2016 Missouri Assessment Program tests.
Overall, students in Kansas City Public Schools saw their overall scores rise 2.1 percentage points in the 2016 Missouri Assessment Program tests. File photo
Overall, students in Kansas City Public Schools saw their overall scores rise 2.1 percentage points in the 2016 Missouri Assessment Program tests. File photo

Kansas City district students show progress in statewide assessments

October 03, 2016 1:21 PM

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