Enrollment Dips 1,500 for St. Louis SchoolsThe biggest reason for the drop is students departing for schools elsewhere in the region.
Diversity Training will be Required for Mizzou FreshmenThe university made the announcement Thursday, days after a student was removed from the Columbia campus for shouting racial slurs at a black student group practicing for homecoming.
Controversy at MetroEast School After Student Wears Confederate Flag ShirtThe superintendent, Darcy Benway, said the student has a right to wear the Confederate flag shirt on free speech grounds, and no near-riot occurred at lunch.
Missouri Auditor Investigates School's Cyber SecurityThe state's auditor says in the past 10 years more than 250 schools have had a data breach or compromise, several of those in Missouri.
East St. Louis School District Teachers Ready to Walk Out ThursdayLocal 1220 union leaders say the teachers rejected a tentative contract agreement from the district Tuesday.
Webster Groves Schools Reopen After Morning LockdownThe lockdown happened Friday morning in Webster Groves, but by 10 a.m., the lockdown was lifted.
Mizzou, Wash U Work on Human Trafficking Map of St. LouisWashington University psychiatry professor Rumi Price says resource providers and law enforcement are relying on instinct and experience to find victims because there isn't much hard data available.
Illinois Schools Back Rauner's Plan to Undo School MandatesThe plan is to eliminate state mandates that they say sometimes forces them to lay off reading instructors.
Francis Howell School District Superintendent to RetirePam Sloan to leave after current school year.
Hillsboro School Board Meets for 1st Time Since 3 ResignationsLast week, during a 6:30 a.m. meeting, three board members submitted their letters of resignation.
University of Missouri Cancels Planned Parenthood ContractsThe University of Missouri and Planned Parenthood have ended their 26-year relationship after state lawmakers started investigating abortions performed at the organization's clinics.
Illinois Students Fare Poorly on New Statewide TestsLess than one in five high schoolers met or exceeded expectations on the exam's math portion.