Educators like fifth-grade teacher Micaela Kazanowski (standing at far right) will have a tougher job ahead to raise student test scores to maintain state accreditation. The students are at Graden Elementary School in Parkville in the Park Hill School District.
Educators like fifth-grade teacher Micaela Kazanowski (standing at far right) will have a tougher job ahead to raise student test scores to maintain state accreditation. The students are at Graden Elementary School in Parkville in the Park Hill School District. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Educators like fifth-grade teacher Micaela Kazanowski (standing at far right) will have a tougher job ahead to raise student test scores to maintain state accreditation. The students are at Graden Elementary School in Parkville in the Park Hill School District. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Maintaining state accreditation will get tougher for area school districts

August 29, 2014 12:00 PM

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