From The Kansas City Star: The Kansas City (Mo.) district says will take control of the Afrikan Centered Education Collegium Campus at the end of the school year. As a contract school, the campus is a public school whose students are considered part of the district, but the school controls its staffing and curriculum. The district is not renewing its contract with Afrikan Centered Education Task Force Inc. because the arrangement has become “financially, operationally and practically unfeasible.” Instead, the district will run the program under a new name: African-Centered College Preparatory Academy. The school will continue to operate at the former Southeast High School campus, and current staff members are being encouraged to apply for jobs with the district.