Friday, August 10, 2018

Kansas City Urban Core Teachable Moments

Quick look at inner-city education as we prepare to start another school year filled fights for better access and funding despite lackluster scores and performance from both students & their parents.

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Seg. 1: When A Charter School Loses Its Sponsor. Seg. 2: Lincoln Prep Poetry Team Among The Best.

The closing of Kansas City's Benjamin Banneker Charter Academy wasn't a complete surprise, but it was announced just weeks before the beginning of a new school year. The course of events got community members wondering about a charter school's responsibility to the families it serves, and its accountability when things go wrong.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kids that can read help their parents fill out section 8 paper work and move to Shawnee Mission. Diversity baby, diversity.

Anonymous said...

Without literacy, it is difficult for Kansas City public school graduates to secure all the free shit the gubmint offers them.

Anonymous said...

@ 7:21, there's a whole (well-paid) Industry that exists solely for the purpose of helping the subhumans secure all the free shit the gubmint offers them.

Levi Cole Ellerbe said...

Is the High School dropout rate for Blacks still 70% ?

Anonymous said...

Why are using the dead baby’s name? That is so disrespectful. Total jackoff move.

Ursula Haverbeck said...

@12:59 By "dead baby" do you mean the six-month-old helpless White baby boy that was kidnapped and burned alive by a feral Nigger ? The little White boy whose death was mentioned by The Guardian and a sprinkling of local news outlets and otherwise treated as a "non-event" by the despicable, anti-White Kike media ? Is that the "dead baby" you're referring to ?

Anonymous said...

"inner-city education" You lost me with this first line. OXYMORON

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