Kansas City Public Schools Superintendent Steve Green holds the 2015 Pearce Award, which he received last week from the Missouri Association of School Administrators, and a physician’s coat and stethoscope that he got at a community celebration Wednesday at Central Middle School for resuscitating the ailing district.
Kansas City Public Schools Superintendent Steve Green holds the 2015 Pearce Award, which he received last week from the Missouri Association of School Administrators, and a physician’s coat and stethoscope that he got at a community celebration Wednesday at Central Middle School for resuscitating the ailing district. Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star
Kansas City Public Schools Superintendent Steve Green holds the 2015 Pearce Award, which he received last week from the Missouri Association of School Administrators, and a physician’s coat and stethoscope that he got at a community celebration Wednesday at Central Middle School for resuscitating the ailing district. Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star

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