Kansas City, March 15, 2017: A new initiative to ensure that Kansas City Public Schools students have the adult support and guidance they need to succeed is being showcased by one of the nation’s most important educational journals.
Urban Educator magazine features the KCPS mentorship initiative in its March 2017 issue. The initiative is being overseen by Assistant Superintendent of Innovation and Special Projects Derald Davis. It’s part of Superintendent Mark Bedell’s pledge to provide mentors to 8,000 KCPS students by 2020.
Read the article, “Supporting Male Students of Color Through Mentoring,” below: