Friday, September 13, 2019

Kansas City New School Coming Soon

This is the flagship of KCPS Charter School offerings . . . 20 years from now its graduates will be running this town. Currently, middle-class denizens play the lottery to get in and celebrate the achievement of putting the KCPS at arms length with a great deal of pride. Here's more deets on what might be the last hope for local public education by way of a nearly dead language . . . Read more:

Académie Lafayette High School Coming To Armour Boulevard In Fall 2020

Académie Lafayette is opening an International Baccalaureate high school in Midtown, accomplishing a goal the French-immersion charter school program established when it started 20 years ago. "This is the fulfillment of a dream, our vision," said M. Elimane Mbengue, head of the school, which currently has 1,146 students enrolled in grades K-8 at three campuses.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

It doesn’t matter how many new schools kcps opens, those kids won’t learn and it’s racist if you try. What a ginormous waste of money.

Anonymous said...

Twenty years from now, its' graduates will be OUT of this town.

Anonymous said...

It would be funny to see a ghetto hood rat try to learn to speak French. And shit. YouknowwhatI’msayin?

Anonymous said...

How do you say "mu'fucker" or "muh baby daddy" in French?

Anonymous said...

Twenty years from now these niggers will be in jail

Anonymous said...

Spanish makes sense, French wtf ?