The process to create new education standards in Missouri is underway, but the discussion on what to put in place instead of Common Core is anything but smooth.
Groups assigned to review and rewrite Missouri’s learning standards begin their work just days after Missouri’s Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro announced her retirement.
Kachris will serve as the department’s on-site liaison, as well as advisor, mentor, and consultant to superintendent Dr. Ty McNichols and his leadership staff.
The road map toward re-accreditation for Normandy schools will be laid out later today.
First step would be to assist unaccredited and partially-accredited districts.
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.
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt joins us in studio to discuss Benghazi security breaches, ObamaCare, and Boeing.
CEE-Trust was tapped to come up with a plan last year as a new state law gave the State Board of Education greater powers to intervene in troubled school systems.
The four senators, two Democrats and two Republicans, say their legislation makes much-needed modifications.
Tom Schweich has sent a letter to Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro seeking documents related to an initiative petition affecting teacher tenure.