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January 25, 2012 5:00 AM

Bill in legislature would allow quicker state intervention in KC schools

Missouri education officials would be able to intervene in failing school districts immediately instead of having to wait two years under a bill being considered by lawmakers. If passed, the legislation could result in the school board of the unaccredited Kansas City district being dissolved and replaced by a new governing structure developed by the Missouri Department of Education.

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