Missouri schools and libraries have been awarded more than $48 million in federal relief funds to expand broadband access for students.
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Attorney General Eric Schmitt backed a lawsuit challenging Jefferson County’s school quarantine rules this week.
Despite some initial skepticism, Missouri schools are beginning to sign onto a new pooled COVID-19 testing option at no cost to them.
Mercy Health St. Louis and Swope Health Services are the latest Missouri facilities to be awarded federal funds for telehealth programs.
MSU is building upon its foundation and successes to offer its students the best education possible, President Clif Smart said.
Missouri’s non-farm employment rose by more than 70,800 jobs between September 2020 and last month, according to the latest jobs report.
Jefferson City ranked No. 5 on the Wall Street Journal and Realtor.com Fall 2021 Emerging Housing Markets Index.
The State Board determined that the emergency amendment was necessary because of the severe shortage of substitute teachers.
State Technical College has been named the fastest-growing college in the state amid years of continuous growth and record enrollment.
Investments are vital to ensuring more patients have access to telehealth services, according to Missouri providers.