Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Courthouse Confronts Corona School Choice

Here's a worthwhile local lesson in American scarcity that has become far more commonpliace and fewer resources for the NEXTGEN. Read more:

Jackson County Legislators Can't Decide If Urban Or Suburban Schools Should Get More Coronavirus Aid

Jackson County has set aside $5 million in federal coronavirus relief funds for schools, but legislators haven't agreed on how to distribute it yet. County Executive Frank White has proposed sending half of the money to districts based on enrollment.

8 comments:

Bandit said...

Kansas City deserves NONE of it. The district sucks and will just waste it like they do everything else that they are given. Anything on accreditation yet? No? Screw off until that is fixed!

Anonymous said...

^^and yet, since you don't live here, none of your opinions or comments about it matter in the least. So screw off. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Why is Frank White's name mentioned? He does not work here anymore. His executive staff does not work here anymore. They are all "working" from home. They do not have a clue about anything going on.

Anonymous said...

The plandemic will be over before Frank Dolt White distributes the money.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Chimpy @10:22, you are an untrainable simp that nobody listens to. Dumb monkey, go sit in the dunce corner with your pile of welfare bananas that you can't even count correctly.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet YOU listened, as you responded!!! Ha! Played yourself AGAIN!! OWNED. Chimpy is your daddy! Living in your head! Rent-free!! Always. Hahahahahaha! Dance for us monkey-boy! Dance!!!

Bandit said...

Frank Hates Whites will probably use it to pay his property taxes anyway. 😏

Anonymous said...

Frank is still sitting on $62 million, he only gave out half of it so far.... living on the interest while other cities and towns are dying from lack of federal dollars. This man is a prick of the highest order.