New Bill Focuses on Testing Students for DyslexiaThe goal is to determine how and when students in Missouri public schools should be tested.
St. Louis Public Schools Graduation Rate Below National AverageFive years ago only 58 percent of St. Louis Public School students graduated.
Missouri Launches Effort Aimed at Tackling College DebtThe organization estimates that less than one-third of students in Missouri public schools are taking 15 credit hours every semester.
Parents, Students Go Before School Board for 'Blackface' IncidentDozens of parents and students in the Kirkwood School District went before the school board Monday to express concern about the district's reaction to a student who appeared in blackface.
University of Missouri's Fall Enrollment Slides 6.2 PercentThe University of Missouri says fall enrollment at its Columbia campus has slid 6.2 percent to its lowest level in six years.
SLU President Announces Changes Coming to New Billiken MascotJudging by the reaction from SLU's first attempt to redesign the Billiken in 20 years, it can't do much worse.
University of Missouri Fraternity Temporarily SuspendedThe university on Monday announced the action against the Kappa Alpha fraternity but provided no details about the alleged hazing that occurred last week.
More Clown Threats Have Schools On AlertSeveral schools have been named in recent threats.
University of Missouri Students Report Racial Slur, Fraternity SuspendedThe University of Missouri is investigating after two black female students said other students yelled racial slurs at them.
Food Allergies: The Deadly Dish Part 3From daycares to colleges, schools have to adapt to parents' demands and federal regulations.
Agency to Illinois Kids: Walk To SchoolAn Illinois agency is encouraging kids to go old school and walk to school.
Slay Appoints New Member to School District Board A former St. Louis school board member has been appointed to a post on the Special Administrative Board that now oversees the district.