All 11 of Missouri's women in the upper chamber, both Republican and Democrat, have taken one message on tour this summer — "You Can, Too!"
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Specifically, the bill mandates that school districts and charter schools will have to adopt a policy that makes the process for enrolling in virtual courses similar to that of enrolling in in-person courses.
"This budget session, however, you can take pride in the fact that your Missouri Legislature. Both Republicans and Democrats came together on something necessary and good and impactful."
The Republican candidates are Rep. Rusty Black of Chillicothe, Rep. J. Eggleston of Maysville and former Rep. Delus Johnson of Savannah, who served eight years in the House from 2010-2018.
"We live in a connected world where broadband is no longer a luxury, but rather a necessity, much like electricity."
For Missouri teachers, the app would make the process of reporting armed intruders faster and more efficient. One touch of a button on the app sends an alert out with no phone call necessary.
A “Parent’s Bill of Rights” education measure is awaiting action in the upper chamber after narrowly passing the House last week.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt launched a "Parents for Schmitt" coalition in support of his candidacy for U.S. Senate.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced the launch of the Students First Initiative, which is an effort to increase transparency in schools.