Report: Missouri Program Helped No One In 5 YearsThe program was supposed to help people receiving child-care benefits transition off the state allocations through a pilot program run by two organizations.
New Missouri Law Will Require Review of Welfare RollsNixon said he won't sign the measure, but he's not vetoing it.
Missouri Audit Questions Eligibility Checks for Child CareThis isn't the first time the agency has faced questions regarding eligibility requirements for subsidized child care.
Gov. Rauner Vetoes Illinois Budget; Some Services Could StopState money for services from child care to road construction could stop in Illinois starting next week after Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed most of the Democratic Legislature's budget plan.
3 Missouri School Districts Considering 4-Day WeekAt least three southwest Missouri school districts are considering switching to four-day weeks to save money, improve student engagement and retrain teachers.
How To Add Romance While Also Traveling With KidsConsider these five tips on how to add romance while traveling with kids.
Nixon Signs New Missouri Child-Care RequirementsParents could gain a way to compare the quality of child-care providers under legislation signed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.
Former Heroin Addict Finds Parenting Help Through Annie Malone CenterApril is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and Carol Daniel introduces us to a mother whose been in and out of rehab, but finally got help that appears to have changed her for good.
School Officials Object to Single Funding FormulaEducators are asking Illinois lawmakers to be judicious as the state's school funding formula is re-examined this year.
Back To Work: Preparing Family For Your Return To The OfficeEase your family's transition into a new routine when you go back to work
Mo. Early Head Start Budget SlashedLawmakers cut state funding for Early Head Start programs nearly in half, from $5.67 million to $2.65 million.
Missouri Child-Care Cut May Hit ThousandsThousands of low-income working parents in Missouri could lose their state-subsidized child care or be forced to pay more out of pocket