Hours before the Shawnee Mission School District was scheduled to consider boundary change plans for some district elementary schools, the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas sent board members a letter outlining concerns that at least one plan would promote racial segregation by increasing minority populations at Rising Star Elementary School in Lenexa.
Hours before the Shawnee Mission School District was scheduled to consider boundary change plans for some district elementary schools, the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas sent board members a letter outlining concerns that at least one plan would promote racial segregation by increasing minority populations at Rising Star Elementary School in Lenexa. Google
Hours before the Shawnee Mission School District was scheduled to consider boundary change plans for some district elementary schools, the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas sent board members a letter outlining concerns that at least one plan would promote racial segregation by increasing minority populations at Rising Star Elementary School in Lenexa. Google

Shawnee Mission School Board picks boundary changes that avoid criticism of racial disparity

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