New Bill Focuses on Testing Students for DyslexiaThe goal is to determine how and when students in Missouri public schools should be tested.
St. Louis Public Schools Graduation Rate Below National AverageFive years ago only 58 percent of St. Louis Public School students graduated.
Missouri Launches Effort Aimed at Tackling College DebtThe organization estimates that less than one-third of students in Missouri public schools are taking 15 credit hours every semester.
Illinois gets $1.8M for Low-Income Students Taking AP TestsThe funding is based on state estimates of the numbers of tests that would be taken by students from low-income families.
John F. Kennedy Catholic HS to Close at End of School YearOver the past several years, it had been struggling with enrollment - this Fall's enrollment is 191 students with a freshman class of 33.
'Mentoring 1-2-3' Aims to Address Juvenile Delinquency in St. LouisThe concept of the program evolves around teaching life skills and becoming a productive member of society.
Local College Rejects Request To Allow Students To Carry Guns on CampusFormer Marine says he and others could provide additional security at no additional cost.
SEMO to Offer Four-Year Program in DronesStudents will learn to plan and fly the aircrafts right in the classroom.
Illinois Replaces PARCC Test in High SchoolsThe board announced Monday the controversial test will be replaced by a redesigned SAT test.
Counselor: Students Often 'Come Out' to School Counselors FirstEven with the large turnout for Sunday's parade, many students are still hesitant to come out to their family and friends for fear of rejection.
New Missouri Law Aimed at Helping College Transfer StudentsIt will create a scholarship for low-income high school students who take college classes.
St. Louis Desegregation Program Drawing to a CloseIt has allowed more than 60,000 black students in St. Louis to attend suburban schools during the last several decades.