Friday, December 13, 2019

KCPS Smacks Down City Hall TIF Policy

Another important rebuke and local life lesson on the evils of CORPORATE WELFARE as this struggling institution hopes to benefit from more taxpayer cash. Here's their side of the story:

KCPS Board passes resolution condemning KCMO's TIF policy

Wednesday, December 11, the Kansas City Public School Board met at James Elementary School where board president Patti Mansur issued harsh words for the city of KCMO's TIF policy; specifically a $44M Waddell & Reed deal.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

KCPS already spends $19000 per student, only to graduate a plethora of illiterate teen mothers and future prison inmates. How much money do they want?

Anonymous said...

The teachers sat on the asses when their was a proposal on the ballot in June of last to limit this welfare to 50%. Don't complain now.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Are you a product of KCPS?

Anonymous said...

If more kids would stay in school to get their education the money spent per pupil would be cut down from the $19000 to a lower number.

Anonymous said...

If more kids had real parents there would be few problems in the KCPSD, or in the City as a whole.

Anonymous said...

If more kids had real teachers instead of a propaganda agenda for more voting DemoRats they might not be in this Mess!