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Its finances worsened this past year, in part, because of a state law that requires unaccredited districts to pay the costs of students choosing to transfer elsewhere.
The announcement follows a decision by the State of Missouri to replace the unaccredited Normandy School District with the newly formed Normandy School Collaborative on July 1.
The poll conducted by the Illinois Federation of Teachers shows there’s a lot of job satisfaction.
The district’s board voted Thursday to tell students who had already transferred from Normandy that they will not be allowed to return to University City in the fall.
Missouri’s chief executive calls bill a “dangerous voucher scheme.”
Councilman Steve Stenger notes that the Children’s Service Fund has more than $75 million unallocated funds available.
The 400 students who transferred to the Francis Howell School District will no longer be able to attend school there.
On Thursday, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released new school transfer guidelines.
A new lawsuit seeks to block the public from voting on a proposed constitutional amendment that would limit tenure protections for public school teachers.