Passionate education advocates valiantly work to secure funding for local students and challenge the priorities of developer-friendly 12th & Oak. Sadly, the struggle would be much more heroic if the KCPS wasn't total garbage and taxpayer funds sent their way weren't habitually wasted.
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Abby Hoover Managing Editor This week, Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS) shared a report of the staggering impact tax abatements have had on the district, pushing for incentive reform. In 2019, more than $164 million of tax revenues were abated or redirected within Kansas City, Mo.