KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There's a 100-year-old school building on Kansas City, Missouri's east side. It's been empty, but the old, sturdy structure, with its hardwood floors and chalkboards-turned-SMART boards, will once again serve students. This fall, it will open as the Kansas City Girls Preparatory Academy, a new charter school modeled after one started by a KC-native in New York City's East Harlem neighborhood.
Thursday, July 18, 2019
Future Life Lesson: Kansas City All-Girls Social Justice Charter School Debuts
Don't be a hater, this might actually be a good idea with proven success stories to back it up and, at the very least, providing an alternative to direct KCPS control. Checkit: