Sheryl Crow Donates $21,600 to Kennett TeachersThe nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter is ``adopting'' all the teachers at Kennett High School through AdoptAClassroom.org with a $600 donation each for classroom supplies.
SIUE a Step Ahead of Cancelled Illinois Education FundsSchools that suspend operations or close could lose their accreditation.
Illinois Urges College Students to Apply for Financial AidFunding for the grants has been frozen due to a stalemate between Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and majority Democrats.
Missouri Presidential Search Committee Members ExpandedEvery person named to the committee will have a vote, which gives students a voting role for the first time.
North St. Louis Elementary School Evacuated for Strong OdorAbout 40 students from Ames School in St. Louis taken to hospital after odor sickened them.
Missouri Bill Aimed at Block Censorship of Student Reporters``I think it's time that Missouri becomes known as a state that values free speech, especially for student journalists,'' Haahr said
University of Missouri Receives Downgrade from Standard & Poor'sAs the University of Missouri - Columbia's campus tries to rebound from racial unrest, the school's Double A-Plus credit rating has been dropped from stable to negative.
Last Black University of Missouri Curator Steps DownGov. Jay Nixon on Monday confirmed the David Steward's departure, which leaves three vacancies on the nine-member board.
Shots Fired Outside St. Louis High SchoolThe report came in from the 3800 block of Natural Bridge Avenue right before 9:30 a.m.
Mom: Boy Killed in Joplin Tornado Merits Graduation SeatNiederhelman said school officials told her it's against policy to allow the empty chair at graduation.
Suspended Mizzou Professor Reaches Deal in Assault CaseProsecutor considers ``this disposition to be appropriate.''
Missouri Lawmakers Consider Concealed Weapons in CollegesA Senate committee heard testimony Wednesday on two bills that would expand gun access on campuses.