Let's unpack the behind the scenes just a bit . . .
In the urban core, well-funded groups like Blaque KC have earned community & voter support by championing education alternatives.
Critics will question dark money but there's simply no denying frustration with institutions like the KCPS from every demographic group.
Meanwhile . . . A recent radical progressive blog offers more support against public schools from their activist perspective . . . Check-it . . .
"With teaching topics requiring approval and books being removed from student access, many Black parents have now taken their own transformative approach. They are no longer accepting white-washed material, and are instead awakening their children to their true history. They are no longer allowing standards and stigmas to hinder their children. Homeschooling offers the security of a healthy environment designed for growth."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Were public schools always failing Black students? Many parents think so and are now turning to homeschooling as a solution. It's easy to think that families, schools, children, and life more generally has gone back to its pre-pandemic state. The truth is life will never be the same.