Fourth-graders attended a music class at Academie Lafayette recently. The school’s majority-white student population, rare among Kansas City’s charter schools, was a concern for some opponents of a proposal to partner with Kansas City Public Schools.
Fourth-graders attended a music class at Academie Lafayette recently. The school’s majority-white student population, rare among Kansas City’s charter schools, was a concern for some opponents of a proposal to partner with Kansas City Public Schools. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
Fourth-graders attended a music class at Academie Lafayette recently. The school’s majority-white student population, rare among Kansas City’s charter schools, was a concern for some opponents of a proposal to partner with Kansas City Public Schools. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

Failed deal between KC schools, Academie Lafayette reveals city’s issues with race and education

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