Kansas City is the largest city in the state of Missouri, and it has a historic culture, top-flight sporting facilities, an outstanding network of parks and great livability. Add in highly regarded school systems, opportunities for employment, beautiful neighborhoods, exciting nightlife and amazing shopping, and you can see why Kansas City is a great place to live. For example, the Power and Light District, which is a unique entertainment and shopping area covering nine blocks just south of downtown, is an example of redevelopment done right.For sports fans, the city has well-established major league franchises and newcomers, like the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs, MLB's Royals, and two major soccer teams as well.
The Kansas City public school system strives to not only teach students, but to have students teach as well. The school district hopes to achieve this through inquiry-based instruction that involves active learning that is project-oriented and seeks collaboration, striking a balance between structured goals while not overlooking chances to improve.
A popular and highly rated school in Kansas City is Lincoln College Preparatory Academy. The school works to provide a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum to all students attending. It's located on Woodland Ave. in the heart of the city, making it convenient for a wide range of students. Another great choice for those just moving to the area with children is Nashua Elementary. An extensive library, hands-on staff, plenty of fun and interesting clubs, extracurricular activities and sports are well-maintained. Nashua is located on NE 114th St., near the edge of the northern suburbs.
While the kids are at school, you will be heading off to work. Kansas City is the third largest beef processing zone in the United States and home to the second largest rail network. Kansas City is home to communications as well. Sprint is the second biggest employer in town, while AT&T comes in at number five. Hallmark Cards is the fourth biggest job provider. Who is number one? Why, it's the federal government. Regional agency offices provide almost 30,000 jobs, about 20,000 more than Sprint at number two. State government is close behind at number three, with almost 9,000 persons working at their various agencies.
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