"I think this is the beginning of a movement back toward parents being the most powerful 'special interest' in the education of their kids."
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The facility is expected to be ready for players and fans by 2024 with construction slated to begin in the middle of next year.
Missouri schools and libraries have been awarded more than $48 million in federal relief funds to expand broadband access for students.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt backed a lawsuit challenging Jefferson County’s school quarantine rules this week.
The MSBA said its withdrawal from the national group will not have an impact on its members’ programs and services.
Despite some initial skepticism, Missouri schools are beginning to sign onto a new pooled COVID-19 testing option at no cost to them.
Missouri Soybean CEO Gary Wheeler will receive the Honorary American FFA Degree, the national organization's highest honor, next week.
In an effort to support the city following February’s cold snap, Missouri granted Hannibal $750,000 through a municipal utility loan.
Mercy Health St. Louis and Swope Health Services are the latest Missouri facilities to be awarded federal funds for telehealth programs.
MSU is building upon its foundation and successes to offer its students the best education possible, President Clif Smart said.