The troubled Kansas City school districts takes another blow. The Missouri Board of Education has accepted the findings of an audit board that completed a report on five of the schools: Martin Luther King Midele School, Central Middle School, Central High School, Southeast High School, and Northeast High School. The buildings have been found “academically deficient” because of its performance deficiencies in several areas, including teaching capabilities. The next step is for a management team to provide assistance and advice to those schools in an effort to promote better achievement. That team will report back in 60 days and make recommendations. The schools will then have two years to make improvements. This is not related directly to the district’s efforts to regain accreditation.