To be fair, the "provisionally accredited" schools haven't demonstrated much discipline amongst their administration . . . So enforcing any rules upon students would be too much to ask.
As always, we note the other side of the equation that offers a glimpse at the logic, if any . . .
Accordingly, here's the money line and a lesson in the jargon influencing this decision . . .
The district's code is reviewed yearly, but the 2021-2022 revision was part of a larger overhaul on school discipline policies.
It was “implemented through a trauma informed and equity-based lens” with input from multiple stakeholder groups, including parents, teachers, trauma clinicians, security, school officials and more, according to KCPS.
Read more about the district that most locals have abandoned over the course of a generation.
Also, we're uncertain if 'equity' will help pay the bills of students who get their teeth knocked out amid constant fighting amongst students . . . Check-it . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Public Schools board of education will vote on a revised code of conduct this week. The district's code is reviewed yearly, but the 2021-2022 revision was part of a larger overhaul on school discipline policies.