Parkway Introduces Gender Divided ClassesThe Parkway school district is taking on a long-held stereotype about who's better at math and science.
State Report Card Says Attendance Up, PARCC Scores Down in IllinoisMore students took the PARCC exam this year than in 2015, which will also help better assess student needs.
8 Missouri Universities Share $5M Grant for STEM RecruitmentThe National Science Foundation is giving a $5 million grant to be shared by eight Missouri universities to encourage more minorities to get STEM degrees.
Missouri Scores Flat on Test Known as Nation's Report CardThe scores of Missouri schoolchildren on a test known as the nation's report card have held relatively steady.
St. Louis Alderman Needs Mathmatical Assurance For New StadiumScott Ogilvie says he needs proof that the new stadium will generate enough tax revenue to pay for itself year-to-year.
New Proposed Missouri Math, English Standards Up For ReviewThe concern is that, despite legislative efforts, the recommended replacement goals might not be much different.
Ferguson Schools Begin After School Chess ClubsGrade school students in Ferguson are getting a chance to learn the game of chance. Nick Ragone is with Ascension healthcare, which is sponsoring the after school chess clubs at 20 schools in Ferguson.
Students at Failing Missouri Schools Score Low on New TestMost students at Missouri's two failing school districts aren't proficient in Math or English and scored lower on standardized tests than students statewide, data released Monday by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education show.
Common Core Test Results Are InMissouri students appear to be doing better in several subjects, according to newly released annual MAP test scores. The national Common Core guidelines were fully implemented for the first time last school year.
St. Louis-Area Teachers Win National AwardKathleen Dwyer of MRH, Ruth Knop of Parkway West take math and science award.
Engineering A Love For Science In KidsKevin Jarrett isn’t your typical computer teacher. His students build walls from clay, sand and water. They design parachutes from coffee filters. And it’s perfectly fine if the things they build don’t work the first time.
Engineer Urges Girls To Smash StereotypesToday’s students have more reasons than ever to care about engineering.