When is blight not really blight? Apparently, when tax incentives are involved.
Last week, Missouri got its latest grades on “The Nation’s Report Card,” (an assessment given to public-school 4th- and 8th-graders in each state every two years by the U.S. Department of Education), and the news isn’t good.
The announcement that the USDA has chosen a location in Kansas City, Missouri was met with satisfaction by political leaders in Missouri.
On this episode of The Show-Me Institute Podcast, Dr. Susan Pendergrass is joined by Crosby Kemper III. They discus the past, present and future of Kansas City.
Educational options continue to be scarce in Missouri.
If you’re following the presidential primaries, you might think that everyone has decided that school choice isn’t cool anymore. That’s confusing because choosing your child’s kindergarten seems just about as important as choosing their preschool or their doctor.