SB 582, sponsored by Sen. Lauren Arthur, would create incentives for schools in Missouri to explore competency-based learning.
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Federal overdose deaths in 2019 decreased from 2018, marking the first year since 2015 that Missouri has experienced a decrease in opioid overdose deaths.
Gov. Mike Parson announced that nearly $125 million from the CARES Act will go toward workforce development and higher education initiatives.
DESE's Board of Education approved a rule change to revise attendance-counting standards for the upcoming school year Tuesday.
Ameren Missouri has announced the beginning of a project to upgrade electric meters throughout Missouri as part of its Smart Energy Plan.
The governor announced nearly $50 million in CARES Act funds will go towards expanding Missouri’s broadband infrastructure during Thursday's press briefing.
Former high school teacher Connor Nowalk is running for a Kansas City-area House seat with a focus on public education.
“The city has been taken advantage of. But we’re still here and trying to rebuild.”
An organization advocating for the upkeep of Missouri’s historical landmarks is now accepting nominations for its annual list of endangered locations.
The need for a statewide remedy to increase access to reliable internet was evident in a report on Missouri colleges' switch to remote learning.