A new charter school and development could help end urban core blight like this at 33rd and Troost.
A new charter school and development could help end urban core blight like this at 33rd and Troost. File photo by Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star
A new charter school and development could help end urban core blight like this at 33rd and Troost. File photo by Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star

New Kansas City charter school holds promise, but many questions remain

August 27, 2015 03:42 PM

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