Thursday, April 18, 2019

KCPS Youngster School Life: Unstable

An important part of the problem for educators and the embattled school district . . . Students don't stay in one place long enough to thrive. More insight and reporting of local accreditation problems that start at home:

How many kids transferred in, out of KCMO schools this year

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - When a student has an unstable childhood, they are less likely to be successful through high school. As a result, school districts have to find ways to be an entire support system beyond the classroom.

2 comments:

Reality Speaker said...

Advocating an expansion of school responsibility beyond that of quality teaching is problematic.

Indeed, home environment plays a crucial part in a student's motivation to learn.

My concern is more institutional (government) intrusion into family affairs.

If this school district (KCPS) had a better record of doing what it is traditionally expected to do. I might not be so skeptical.

Anonymous said...

+100000