Kansas City Public Schools Superintendent Mark Bedell said Wednesday that the district would “take ownership” of the high rate of suspensions among black boys revealed in a recent Kansas City Health Department data analysis.
Kansas City Public Schools Superintendent Mark Bedell said Wednesday that the district would “take ownership” of the high rate of suspensions among black boys revealed in a recent Kansas City Health Department data analysis. File photo The Star
Kansas City Public Schools Superintendent Mark Bedell said Wednesday that the district would “take ownership” of the high rate of suspensions among black boys revealed in a recent Kansas City Health Department data analysis. File photo The Star

Young, black males more likely to be suspended in Kansas City schools

September 06, 2017 03:35 PM