"I firmly believe that parents want what is best for their children and, more importantly, know what’s best for their children."
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"Online schools provide options to families that may not be available at their local public school."
The University of Missouri System has had a $6.5 billion economic impact on the state.
"At the end of the day, many of these controversies would be lessened if students and parents were more empowered to receive an education that fits their needs."
Lyndall Fraker, who oversees Missouri's medical marijuana program, said nearly 7,000 people work in the field in the state.
"If recent years have taught us anything, it's that families are demanding more and more say in their child’s education."
Teaming up with former Kansas City-based start-up, StartTalking, the foundation is launching a tele-counseling program at the Van-Far school district in Audrain County.
Majority Floor Leader Caleb Rowden has proposed expanding Missouri’s virtual and online school programs.
The lawsuits list parents as well as Attorney General Eric Schmitt as plaintiffs.
A proposal from Sen. Bill Eigel ignited debate on charter school development and public school operations in a Senate Education Committee.