KCK School: Give us Flexibility, Too

A recent visit to Central Middle School in the Kansas City, Kansas school district brought ed commissioner Bob Corkins into contact with local offficials who asked for more flexibility.

Said J.D. Rios, an assistant superintendent with USD 500, “The only thing that makes charter schools different is flexibility. We need to continue to have flexibility to make public schools better.”

That’s no reason to deny the expansion of charter schools. But it does point out the need to provide more room for experimentation within traditional public schools.

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