SB 582, sponsored by Sen. Lauren Arthur, would create incentives for schools in Missouri to explore competency-based learning.
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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.
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 need for a statewide remedy to increase access to reliable internet was evident in a report on Missouri colleges' switch to remote learning.
St. Louis-based Ranken Technical College is establishing a new campus in Troy, Missouri.
Roger Dorson, a deputy commissioner at DESE, is set to retire at the end of June after a storied career in education across Missouri.
Missouri's DESE Board of Education has amended a rule on teacher education requirements and standards — with input from educators.
DESE is preparing for the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to have on the state’s education system by discussing the budget and a new task force.