SHOCK!!! MAYOR SLY SHARES WARM FUZZIES AMID CONTINUED FAIL OF KANSAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS!!!
Today Mayor Sly continues his efforts to smile in the face of Kansas City disaster . . .
Nevertheless . . .
CHECK KANSAS CITY MAYOR SLY JAMES DOUBLING DOWN WITH CONTINUED SUPPORT OF KANSAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS AFTER A MAJOR SETBACK!!!
However . . .
IF MAYOR SLY REALLY WANTED TO HELP OUT KANSAS CITY "SCHOLARS" AND FAMILIES WITH EDUCATION HE WOULD ADVOCATE FOR A BETTER SCHOOL TRANSFER POLICY TO ACCREDITED SCHOOLS!!!
Politicos and others on their payroll are doing their best to keep the last remaining families hostage to the UNACCREDITED while a simple look at attendance plummeting over time reveals that Kansas City has given up on the institution or KCPS hope for change.
Here's Mayor Sly James weighing in:
STATEMENT FROM MAYOR SLY JAMES ON KANSAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS:
“I am not an education expert, but I am an education supporter and I know firsthand the impact education can have on someone’s life. The people of this community elected me to be the Mayor of our City, which encompasses 14 different school districts and thousands of young people. When one school district struggles, every district feels it. The stakes in this are big and they are bigger than any test score, single district, piece of legislation, or court case. We’re talking about lives. I am a father and a grandfather and I know how precious young lives are and the opportunity each represents. We need to seize this opportunity to do better by the young lives in this City, regardless of the zip code in which they reside. Every child has a right to a quality education.
I am optimistic that Dr. Green, his staff, and the students and families of Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS) have turned the tide and are making positive advances that will not reverse. I also appreciate Dr. Nicastro’s results-driven leadership style and agree with her that the entire KCPS family deserves recognition for how far the district has come. The Commissioner’s decision is here so now we can stop worrying and wondering and get to the hard work of educating young people so that the future of this City is as bright as the minds I know sit in the seats of each school building.
The State Board meets in October and I will be closely following that meeting and encourage the entire community to do so. Nothing is more important that the education of our students.”