KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City kids could earn some high-ticket items for meeting what the state considers the minimum in attendance. After a new report showing Kansas City Public Schools didn't tell the whole truth to the state when it comes to student attendance, Superintendent Dr. Mark Bedell detailed some of the incentives the district is now using to try to boost attendance without fudging the numbers.
Thursday, November 21, 2019
Provisionally Accredited KCPS Bribes Students To Improve Attendance
A cynical "inventive" scheme that wouldn't be necessary if local schools weren't so horrible . . . Here's bright side reporting following the data faking admission this week: