KC Schools Get Provisional Accreditation Restored

The Missouri Board of Education removed the Kansas City Schools from the unaccredited list Wednesday.
The board, I’m a unanimous vote, gave the district provisonal accredit ion.
Officials at the Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education ( DESE) said Kansas City had made enough improvement to regain provisional accreditation, but more work needs to be done.
Officials note some improvement in area like English Language Arts, Math and Science over the last two years.
But DESE also told the Bjard they were hoping for
More “student achievement t progress”.
Board President Peter Herschend warned Kansas City still had lots of progress to make, especially over the Cong school year.
Herschend warned without that progress the district’s accreditation could be in jeopardy once again
The news comes as the Kansas City district prepares to start the 2014-15 school in in a few days.

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