Layoffs Begin at St. Louis Community CollegeThe lay-off notices have reportedly already been going out at St. Louis Community College and will continue this week.
Wash U Provost Says Tax Reform is Bad for SchoolsThe Provost at Washington University says provisions in the Republican tax proposals dealing with higher education would be bad for his school and the St. Louis region.
School Maintenance Worker Charged With Assaulting Foster ChildrenA longtime maintenance worker at the St. Charles City School District has been charged with sexually assaulting two foster children in his home.
School Closed for Flu Day in LitchfieldSo many students are out with the flu and flu-like symptoms that the Litchfield School District cancelled classes for Thursday and Friday.
Colleges, Businesses Team Up to Help St. Louis Get Their DegreesThe area's colleges, universities and even companies are coming together today to announce a new effort to get degrees in the hands of more St. Louisans
Missouri Education Commissioner OustedThe Missouri State Board of Education has voted to oust Education Commissioner Margie Vandeven, hours after Republican Gov. Eric Greitens appointed a new member to the board.
Missouri's Only Unaccredited School District Gets UpgradedNormandy school district has been unaccredited since September 2012 and has been run by a state-appointed board for the past several years.
High School Journalism Students Learn From Trump TauntIt was the first time they'd been publicly demeaned by a sitting president, and also the first time supporters of that president booed them.
Suspect Caught, Francis Howell Schools Given 'All Clear'The man was arrested not far from a tent that a police helicopter spotted near the trail.
Teacher Layoffs Looming at STL Community CollegeThe administration is faced with declining enrollment and state budget cuts.
Teacher Shot While Jogging Near Francis Howell High SchoolSome schools in the Francis Howell School District are on lockdown as law enforcement investigates a shooting south of the high school.
Man Sentenced for Enrolling at College as Someone ElseCourt documents say he used the identity of a co-conspirator, named Demarcus Brewster, to enroll as a full-time student at Jefferson College in Hillsboro during the 2013-2014 school year.

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