The man in charge of Missouri’s largest school district is setting his sights on re-accreditation for the district. There is no doubt in the mind of Kansas City School Superintendent Bernard Taylor that the State Board of Education will take a close look at the progress being made in the district and reward the district with provisional accreditation. State Education Commissioner Kent King is impressed with the work Taylor has done since taking over the reins of the district, but he makes it clear it’s too early to say whether best efforts are good enough. He says it all depends on the results of the MAP tests and how much progress is made.