Thursday, October 26, 2017

Kansas City's Last Hope: School Choice

Amid decades of false hope of a KCPS turnaround, education alternatives have now taken hold. Checkit:

More School Choice Might Be Keeping Middle Class Families In Kansas City

Fifteen years ago, the vast majority of young couples buying homes in Brookside and Waldo had no intention of staying in the central city once they started families. "Maybe they were just married and didn't have any kids, but they planned to eventually," says Mary Hutchison, real estate agent.


Hyperblogal said...

They won't stay if the kids have to wear kevlar to walk to school.

Anonymous said...

I live in Waldo. I wasn't aware it's an "affluent" area.

Don Cardinal said...

A few hipsters send their offspring to brookside schools, whatabout NE and the resounding 4th world Zimbabwe that is 27th thru 75th east of prospect

Anonymous said...

Sez da Real Estate Agent