Mo. state board seeks trend of improvement in Kansas City schools

10/23/2013 | WDAF-TV (Kansas City, Mo.)

The Missouri State Board of Education announced Tuesday it will not provide provisional accreditation to Kansas City Public Schools despite improved test scores. Instead, the board told school officials it wants to see a three-year trend of improvement before it considers restoring accreditation. Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro noted that, despite improvements, 70% of students are not proficient in core subjects.

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