From vaccinations to testing strategies, here’s a look at the state’s COVID-19 recommendations for the upcoming school year.
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A bipartisan group of Springfield legislators is hosting a vaccination clinic next week in an effort to combat rising COVID-19 cases.
The Republican governor also stressed his reliance on “local control” and the ability of districts to create their own curriculum.
Missouri AFL-CIO is launching an initiative meant to improve diversity, mental health, and economic opportunities for Missouri’s workforce.
The Purple Star Campus program is a “key issue” for the Department of Defense, a spokesperson said.
A new law restricts school boards and districts from using public funds on elections, a move proponents said would protect taxpayers.
“Every student in Missouri deserves an opportunity to access an education that will allow them to realize their true potential."
In a win for student-athletes and coaches who advocated for reform, Gov. Mike Parson signed legislation to allow players to profit off the use of their likeness.
With 70 bills passed by the legislature and dozens already signed, four bills were rejected by the governor as well as some budget items.
Gov. Parson signed off on Missouri’s budget for the new fiscal year, authorizing more than $35 billion in funds while issuing several vetoes.