Governor Laura Kelly announced last week that Kansas schools would start, at the earliest, after Labor Day. Today, Mayor Quinton Lucas announced non-binding guidelines for Kansas City schools that made the same recommendation. A later start date will give teachers and staff time to prepare-and will give the community time to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Tuesday, July 21, 2020
Kansas City School Reopen: Lesson In FAIL
Contradictory rules, impractical advice and tentative plans only serve to teach us that NOBODY is really in charge of public education now in real danger as the school year quickly starts . . . Read more: