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SIUE a Step Ahead of Cancelled Illinois Education FundsSchools that suspend operations or close could lose their accreditation.
The Latest: Madigan Says He's Open to New Pension DealHouse Speaker Michael Madigan says he's open to considering a new pension overhaul and is ``anxious'' to see legislation.
St. Louis Schools Improve; Not Enough for Full AccreditationSt. Louis Public Schools have been provisionally accredited since 2007 due to low graduation rates, poor test scores and other factors. A special state-appointed three-member board has overseen its operations since then.
Pre-Schoolers Learn Through Play at State-of-the-Art SchoolGSLS is hosting an open house for parents this Tuesday evening at 6:30.
Mehlville School Board Asks Residents for Input to Trim BudgetProposition R passed in November to raise taxes in Mehlville, its first tax increase in 15 years
Police Begin New Program to Interact with StudentsThe expanding program that is now in three schools takes a dozen students and introduces them to the law and police.
Federal Mediator Needed in Alton Teacher's Labor DisputeAlton teacher's union made a counter offer that the board representatives will present at a special school board meeting Friday morning.
Former Webster University Dean Makes History At Westminster CollegeDr. Benjamin Akande is the first African-American president of the central Missouri institution
The Green House Venture: Education Center to Open in Shaw Neighborhood in 2019The project’s estimated cost is $4 million with fundraising underway.
SLPS Qualifies for Full Accreditation for First Time Since 200012 schools now "credited with distinction," another 22 "fully accredited."
Illinois Manufacturers Campaign for High School Students to Join Workforce"It's been difficult because colleges and universities, counselors and parents have directed most folks, most young people to go get a four-year degree," Vichitvongsa says.
Founder of Build-a-Bear Joins CEOs, First Lady at ConferenceA St. Louis executive joins other female CEO’s and First Lady Michelle Obama in Washington D.C.

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