Implementing the Kansas City Public Schools master plan and earning full accreditation will be among the things that new Kansas City school board members elected on April 5 will have on their plate after they are seated. A protest against the plan, which included three schools closing, took place last month at a school board meeting, where members approved the changes.
Implementing the Kansas City Public Schools master plan and earning full accreditation will be among the things that new Kansas City school board members elected on April 5 will have on their plate after they are seated. A protest against the plan, which included three schools closing, took place last month at a school board meeting, where members approved the changes. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
Implementing the Kansas City Public Schools master plan and earning full accreditation will be among the things that new Kansas City school board members elected on April 5 will have on their plate after they are seated. A protest against the plan, which included three schools closing, took place last month at a school board meeting, where members approved the changes. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

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