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A stock photo of Harris-Stowe State College, now Harris-Stowe State University.

Dr. Dwaun Warmack Named New Harris Stowe President

Warmack comes to Harris Stowe from Bethune-Cookman University in Florida, where he is Vice President of Student Affairs.

04/23/2014

Photo: Getty/Taylor Hill

Nixon: Republican Tax Cut Would Hurt Schools

Gov. Jay Nixon visited Rockwood Summit High School to tout why he’s against the big Republican tax cut.

04/22/2014

Photo: Richard Rowe/NBAE via Getty Images

Belleville East Offering Cash to Summer School Students

St. Clair R-13 School District offers voluntary summer school, but they also offer it with a bit of a financial twist.

04/11/2014

Granite City High School. Photo: KMOX

School Band Saved, But Teachers Cut from Granite City

The Granite City Elementary and Junior High Band programs survived the budget axe, but not all teaching positions made the cut.

03/12/2014

Granite City High School. Photo: KMOX

District Overspending: Chief Concern for Granite City Teacher’s Union

“A morale-breaker” that’s how the Granite City Teacher’s Union describes the cuts being proposed

03/11/2014

(Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

State Education Officials Hold Public Hearing on Improvement Plans

Officials will hold a public hearing regarding the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s State Support and Intervention Plan on Tuesday, Feb. 25, in St. Louis.

02/25/2014

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Mo. University: Foreign Languages On Decline

Missouri State University plans to revamp its undergraduate program in foreign languages because so few students are taking French and German.

02/24/2014

St. Louis School Superintendent Dr. Kelvin Adams

Kelvin Adams Will Be SLPS Superintendent Until 2016

District spokesman Patrick Wallace says the contract extension will provide stability in the district.

02/07/2014

(Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Recent Snow Could Cause Longer School Year

Missouri education department says classes could extend into summer.

02/06/2014