In Kansas City, national push for portfolio model gives way to local group with similar message, different methods
Several years ago, Indianapolis Public Schools looked like a lot of urban school districts. The vast majority of students attended traditional public schools, though enrollment was dwindling, and the district had an adversarial relationship with its small but growing number of charter schools. That's no longer true.
Friday, December 08, 2017
TKC MUST READ!!! THINK PIECE CELEBRATES KANSAS CITY CHARTER SCHOOL TAKEOVER!!!
In what is likely the smartest link of the day. Check this behind the scenes examination of a Kansas City education trend that basically establishes mini-private schools for just about every special interest in town. Here's a glimpse at the KCPS quietly taken apart piece by piece . . . And probably for the best. Read more: