by Sylvia Maria Gross from KCUR | NPR All Things Considered | http://n.pr/rpzcI8
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Broadcast December 22, 2011 :: Kansas City, Mo., schools are losing their accreditation on Jan. 1. Missouri law allows students from unaccredited districts to enroll for free in nearby school systems, so the suburban districts outside Kansas City are bracing for an influx of students.
- 4LAKids followers will remember that KC Superintendent John Covington (Broad Superintendents Academy Class of ’08) skipped town in August to run the Michigan Reform School District http://bit.ly/tkkjQo / http://bit.ly/t0PLPL
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