President Barack Obama spoke at a “town hall meeting” on Monday about his My Brother’s Keeper initiative. Obama announced that leaders of more than 60 of the largest school systems — including Kansas City Public Schools — have pledged to expand minority boys' access to better preschools and advanced classes and to try to prevent, suspensions and expulsions.
President Barack Obama spoke at a “town hall meeting” on Monday about his My Brother’s Keeper initiative. Obama announced that leaders of more than 60 of the largest school systems — including Kansas City Public Schools — have pledged to expand minority boys' access to better preschools and advanced classes and to try to prevent, suspensions and expulsions. J. Scott Applewhite The Associated Press
President Barack Obama spoke at a “town hall meeting” on Monday about his My Brother’s Keeper initiative. Obama announced that leaders of more than 60 of the largest school systems — including Kansas City Public Schools — have pledged to expand minority boys' access to better preschools and advanced classes and to try to prevent, suspensions and expulsions. J. Scott Applewhite The Associated Press

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July 22, 2014 10:59 AM

Kansas City schools join President Obama’s ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ initiative to aid minority males

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