A bill aimed at fixing Missouri’s school transfer law could be heading to the governor’s desk as soon as today, but whether Jay Nixon will sign it remains a question.
A Francis Howell parent is fighting to have a sex education book removed from the districts library, because of explicit content.
Missouri lawmakers are trying to resolve differences on legislation revising the state’s law on student transfers from failing school districts.
Students of Northwest Academy School of Law marched the streets this morning calling on north city residents to put their guns away and seek out peaceful ways to resolve conflicts.
If 270,000 petitions are approved by the November Ballot, teacher tenure in Missouri could be eliminated.
Public schools would get a $115 million increase on top of their current $3.1 billion in basic funding.
The Democratic governor is vetoing the Republican plan to cut taxes by $620 million annually.
Sen. Claire McCaskill conducted a nationwide survey in which she asked colleges and universities to answer an 18 pages of questions on how they handle campus rape.
A proposal to overhaul a Missouri school transfer law won state House approval Wednesday after lawmakers pared back provisions that could allow some students to attend a private school at local taxpayers’ expense.
The measure that could pave the way for private, nonprofit groups to develop a preschool rating system.