Classic Novel Pulled from Curriculum for Uncomfortable Language'To Kill a Mockingbird' will no longer be required reading for eighth graders in Biloxi, Mississippi.
New Report Reveals Trends in School PunishmentsThe ACLU of Missouri is set to release a statewide school discipline report today.
Metro East School Still Sinking Into GroundThere's good news and bad news for that Metro East school that closed due to mine subsidence.
East St. Louis School Demonstrates New Windows With Stone-Dropping PresentationSister Thea Bowman Catholic School has raised $235,000, and is just $80,000 short of its goal.
How Kyle McClellan Uses Wiffle Ball to Save LivesOur sports insider travels multiple times a year to a city in the northern tip of Haiti to improves the lives of local children.
Illinois Cancels Voting Session for Education Funding BillHouse Speaker Michael Madigan has cancelled a scheduled Illinois House session that was to vote on Governor Bruce Rauner's veto of a school funding bill.
School Year Kicks Off for St. Louis Public SchoolsA festive atmosphere today on the fist day of school in St. Louis.
Wentzville Opens Two New Elementary SchoolsThis is a big week for the growing Wentzville School District.
Police Urge Caution as Schools ResumePolice are urging safety as many children are returning to school this week.
Dozens of Bikers Brought Bullied Student to His First Day of SchoolAbout 50 motorcyclists escorted an Indiana sixth-grader to his first day of school Tuesday to help boost his confidence because he was previously bullied.
Missouri Sales Tax Holiday Underway FridayKids are heading back to school soon -- that means it's time for the annual sales tax holiday.
Taking The Wraps Off State-Of-The-Art Dressel ElementaryNew $20 million-plus grade school offers plenty of light, lots of security.

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