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Aspiring computer programmers living in St. Louis are jumping at the chance to take a free intro coding course being offered by LaunchCode and the nonprofit EdX.
Space has been found for the 4th graders in another wing of the building, but 5th graders will temporarily move to nearby Highcroft Ridge.
The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has awarded funding to eight schools in St. Louis and four in St. Louis County’s Riverview Gardens School District.
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently published a list of 550 presidents with the largest endowments in the U.S., 14 Missouri institutions made the list.
The jobs are there — the people aren’t. Tech savvy jobs that require people to code are becoming increasingly popular, and according to Founder and CEO Michael Palmer those jobs are only going to become more popular.
Tom Schweich has sent a letter to Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro seeking documents related to an initiative petition affecting teacher tenure.
School districts throughout the St. Louis area took a critical look at safety and security of their school buildings following the shootings in Newtown, Conn. on December 14th, 2012.
Missouri Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro says she is “open to any and every idea.”
Gov. Jay Nixon called Wednesday for another tuition freeze at Missouri’s public universities while also proposing to boost state funding for the schools.