Missouri National Education Association
State Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro is accused of working with groups opposed to public education.
Some call it the ‘Don’t Get Sick’ bill, others the ‘Breaking the Poverty Cycle’ bill. Regardless, it’s making waves in Jefferson City.
Among those hoping the country doesn’t go over the so-called fiscal cliff are educators who fear the automatic budget cuts in sequestration would cost thousands of jobs.
The main portion of the bill is focused on dealing with the unaccredited metropolitan districts in St. Louis and Kansas City, but some think the changes would affect schools throughout Missouri.
“We found that Missouri is one of the worst states in the nation for educators having their license revoked for sexual misconduct.”