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Jay Nixon is proposing to increase scholarships for the state’s top students if they promise to stay in Missouri after graduation day.
Missouri’s education commissioner provided advice to a group crafting a ballot proposal that would end tenure protections for public school teachers and instead make their employment contingent on student achievement.
An infrared camera built by Saint Louis University aviation and engineering students is headed to outer space.
The Ferguson-Florissant School Board President sent a letter to district families Monday advising them of new developments regarding Superintendent Dr. Art McCoy.
Only one board member cast a dissenting vote, making the analogy it was like handing someone a pistol and ask them to kill themselves.
The district and the CyberBully Hotline have partnered on a program to specifically target school bus bullying.
A new report ranks Missouri 12th nationwide for the number of international students enrolled at the state’s colleges and universities.
All board members except one voted to place Art McCoy on paid administrative leave last week.The crowd Wednesday demanded his reinstatement and answers to why the decision was made.
The University of Missouri will buy into the WIYN Observatory, which includes a 3.5-meter telescope atop Kitt Peak National Observatory in southern Arizona.