County Prosecutor Says 5-Year-Olds Are Not Going to Prison For FightingBob McCulloch is responding to reports about Missouri's new assault law, which some believe will put young kids in jail for fighting at school.
Illinois is Short 600 School Substitutes a Day, Study FindsThe study finds that teachers call in more than 16,500 absences each week.
Regional Superintendents Call Off Friday Classes in Anticipation of IceThe decision to cancel classes Friday was unanimous across the St. Louis region, Rockwood Superintendent Dr. Eric Knost says -- definitely within St. Louis city and county.
St. Charles High School Cancels Classes Due to Stomach VirusDistrict officials became aware of the illness Saturday when 10 of the 14 varsity boys basketball players at the high school became sick overnight.
SLPS Granted Full AccreditationThe state school board Tuesday morning voted unanimously to return the district to full accreditation for the first time since 2007.
Audit Shows Standards for Higher Education Program LackingThe performance funding program gives money to schools based on performance in areas such as student success.
Gov. Nixon Makes Final Stop in St. Louis at SLPSMissouri Governor Jay Nixon made a final stop in St. Louis Thursday in his final few days as governor.
St. Louis Public Schools Recommended for Full AccreditationThe district lost its accreditation in 2007 because of poor academic performance and ineffective leadership.
MU Panel Wants Changes to Tuition ApproachOne of the recommendations directed toward lawmakers was to overhaul a 2007 law prohibiting state schools from raising tuition more than the Consumer Price Index annually.
Dispute Settled Over Degree Offerings From Missouri SchoolsThe report says research and professional degrees are exclusively the role of the four University of Missouri schools and that 12 community colleges should stick to granting associate degrees and certificates.
Appeals Court: College's Drug Tests of All Students IllegalA federal appeals court on Thursday reinstated a judge's 2013 ruling that a central Missouri technical college's mandatory drug testing policy is unconstitutional when applied to all students.
St. Louis to Close 2 More Schools as Enrollment DeclinesThe district's Special Administrative Board voted Tuesday to shutter Langston Middle School and Cote Brilliante Elementary School at the end of this school year.

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