Report puts UM System economic impact at $5.4 billion annual

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A newly released report puts the economic impact the University of Missouri System has on the Show-Me State at $5.4...

Senate committee approves Justice appointment, now headed to the floor

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – When former State Board of Education Commissioner Margie Vandeven was fired from her position through the use of a majority...

Missouri’s scores hold steady in nation’s report card

  Missouri’s scores in national math and reading assessments remained steady in 2017, while landing at or above the national averages in all four testing...

General Assembly rolls back restrictions on college degree programs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The House and Senate have truly agreed and passed a new piece of legislation that would allow certain universities to...

Budget Perfected: House restores proposed cuts to education, agrees to tuition cap with universities

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – After months of work on the state’s roughly $28 billion budget, the Missouri House of Representatives has perfected the budget...

Klindt: Appointment to Northwest Board of Regents a small way to give back

Jason Klindt looks at his appointment to the Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents as a “small way to give back to an...

Budget tops Ozark Technical Community College’s priorities

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Ozark Technical Community College is using this week in Jefferson City to communicate their priorities, talk to lawmakers, and get...

University of Missouri System looks to showcase work with legislative day

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – If things seemed a little more black and yellow at the Missouri State Capitol on Wednesday, it might have something...

Missouri students take part in No One Eats Alone Day

CHESTERFIELD, Mo. — Last week, students at Atlanta Middle School participated in activities designed to teach them about social isolation and the negative impact...

Swan files legislation to establish ‘Charter Schools Task Force’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Recent discussions have led one Representative to file legislation seeking an in-depth study of Missouri's charter schools. Under HB 2531, sponsored...

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