Gov. Mike Parson announced Missouri’s public and charter schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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As schools and universities move to online education due to COVID-19, education majors are navigating a change in student teaching requirements, among other certification adjustments.
University of Missouri System President Mun Choi has been appointed interim chancellor for the University of Missouri-Columbia.
DESE sent guidance to public and charter schools late last week confirming basic formula payments will not be interrupted if student attendance is lower this year.
I fully understand the hardships posed by such closures but delaying the decision to close schools could turn out to be a costly mistake.
As Missouri lawmakers debate a bevy of school safety bills, some are hoping legislators will take a look at an app already being used in the state.
Kansas City teacher Maggie Nurrenbern credits her high school students with fueling her decision to jump into the race to represent HD 15 in the General Assembly.
Young people enter college with little idea of what they want to do for a living but have legally signed away their financial futures to fund the opportunity to find themselves.
Districts are repeatedly failing to conduct a fair process, denying parents their rights, and withholding access to virtual courses and programs.
The FCC has authorized more than $175 million for rural broadband expansion in Missouri, part of its initiative to expand internet access in the U.S.