Kansas City Superintendent Steve Green (left) and Jon Hile, school board president, discussed at a news conference Friday how much the district improved last year, earning 92.5 out of 140 points in the 2014 Missouri School Improvement program.
Kansas City Superintendent Steve Green (left) and Jon Hile, school board president, discussed at a news conference Friday how much the district improved last year, earning 92.5 out of 140 points in the 2014 Missouri School Improvement program. Allison Long The Kansas City Star
Kansas City Superintendent Steve Green (left) and Jon Hile, school board president, discussed at a news conference Friday how much the district improved last year, earning 92.5 out of 140 points in the 2014 Missouri School Improvement program. Allison Long The Kansas City Star

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