A 2016 Kansas law was supposed to keep troubled kids out of prison and in their communities. But it’s had unintended consequences for the state’s overwhelmed child welfare system. Nomin Ujiyediin of the Kansas News Service reports from Topeka.
Missouri’s school report cards are out, and they don’t look anything like they did last year. As KCUR’s Elle Moxley reports, instead of getting a percentile score, schools will get a color-coded progress report.