Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Another KCPS Crackdown On Students Ditching Class And Enabling Parents

Two things . . . It's priceless the photo preview for this story features an empty school facility. More importantly, the effort to keep youngsters locked up in school buildings has nothing to do with learning but only helps districts justify greater funding.

Smarter youngsters might even realize that they mostly represent dollar signs to administrators who haven't done much to improve many local districts beyond presser hype like this report . . . Read more:

Attendance team tackles absenteeism in KC schools

Hide Transcript Show Transcript HALEY: ALL MONTH LONG AS PART OF OUR PROJECT COMMUNITY COVERAGE KMBC 9'S CODY HOLYOKE SHOS US , THE EFFORT TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEM. CODY HOW DO YOU GET STUDENTS TO : COME TO SCHOOL AND STAY IN SCHOOL? FOR YEARS, DISTRICTS ACROSS THE METRO HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

They should look into educating the kids. But that would require them to do their jobs, so . . . . .

Anonymous said...

Guess why Litezias friends can't spell her name ?

Anonymous said...

Quan'Quan don't need no school no kinda way!

Anonymous said...

They’re going to graduate illiterate anyway, but they might as well show up for their free breakfast and lunch. Kind of hard to be a productive criminal on an empty stomach.

Anonymous said...

The true facts are that kids that attend school daily are less likely to be involved in any criminal activity, except maybe finger guns. But really kids in school that are supported in a secure home with two parents don't talk like Tyreek Hill. They don't wear pants falling down and grab their crotch every couple of minutes. They don't carry guns or do drugs. There are a lot of good kids out there trying to get a better life. Supporting those kids is for the betterment of our society. Put them on a path to a successful life.

Reality Speaker said...

10:20 ditto

Anonymous said...

KCPS will never be legitimately accredited because of attendance. If if you get students to school, they skip classes,’hide in the bathrooms and stairwells and refuse to go to class. Any accreditation would be based on false data. Accreditation requires 90% of the students to be in class 90% of the time. Anyone standing in front of a KCPS school at the start of school would see 50-150 late kids every day. FOH