Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri
The Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri said Thursday that the five families mulling a suit against the Mehlville district have received suitable school assignments.
Kirkwood Republican Rep. Rick Stream says he will introduce a bill in January allowing accredited districts to limit the number of transfers they must take but he expects strong opposition.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has also said it plans to sue both Mehlville and Kirkwood for turning down some students.
The Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri says three parents are ready to file a lawsuit if changes aren’t made regarding transfer students.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, August 7th – Kate Casas of Children’s Education Alliance; Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood; Mike Shannon; Ron McKenzie from Six Flags; and Tom Loveless on Grouping Students by Abilitly
Charlie talks with Kate Casas about possible legal action agst. Mehlville School District; with Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood about St. John dunning letters on unpaid red light camera tickets; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; with Ron McKenzie from Six Flags; and with Tom Loveless about grouping students by ability.
There was a chance for about 150 Riverview Gardens parents to have their transfer questions answered at a meeting Monday night.
Parents can get answers to any questions they may have about student transfers tonight at a town hall meeting.
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Grades would be assigned to every school in a district.
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