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Missouri education officials have voted to limit student transfers out of the unaccredited St. Louis County district.
The Missouri State Board of Education is preparing to weigh the future for St. Louis County’s unaccredited Normandy school district.
On June 30, the Normandy School District disappears and a state-operated entity takes over, hiring teachers and other staff from scratch.
A bill aimed at fixing Missouri’s school transfer law could be heading to the governor’s desk as soon as today, but whether Jay Nixon will sign it remains a question.
Two years ago, 10-day suspensions appeared to be the norm in the Normandy School District, but that’s not the case anymore.
Public schools would get a $115 million increase on top of their current $3.1 billion in basic funding.
The second part of the multi-million dollar improvement plan for the district will be announced tonight at the Board of Education meeting.
Warmack comes to Harris Stowe from Bethune-Cookman University in Florida, where he is Vice President of Student Affairs.
Gov. Jay Nixon visited Rockwood Summit High School to tout why he’s against the big Republican tax cut.