Bills Targeting Transgender Bathroom Access are FlounderingThe bills have taken on a new significance this week following the decision by President Donald Trump's administration to revoke an Obama-era federal directive instructing public schools to let transgender students use bathrooms and locker rooms of their chosen gender.
Kentucky Coach Calipari Walks Away From Question About Mizzou FansThe coach of the No. 11 ranked Wildcats probably didn't have anything nice to say about the 'Cal, you suck' chant.
Local Colleges React, Mayor Slay Calls Travel Ban 'Un-American'St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay and local universities are reacting to President Donald Trump's executive order that temporarily bans immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Could Missouri Students Work from Home on Snow Days?House Bill 127 would allow for "alternative instruction plans" to be sent home for students on snow and sick days.
Legislation Would Require Illinois Schools to Test for LeadThe new bill applies to schools built before 2000 with Pre-K through 5th grade classes, requiring them to test for lead in kitchen sinks and drinking fountains.
St. Louis Public Schools Recommended for Full AccreditationThe district lost its accreditation in 2007 because of poor academic performance and ineffective leadership.
MU Panel Wants Changes to Tuition ApproachOne of the recommendations directed toward lawmakers was to overhaul a 2007 law prohibiting state schools from raising tuition more than the Consumer Price Index annually.
Appeals Court: College's Drug Tests of All Students IllegalA federal appeals court on Thursday reinstated a judge's 2013 ruling that a central Missouri technical college's mandatory drug testing policy is unconstitutional when applied to all students.
University of Missouri Deals With Alcohol-Related IncidentsRecords showed six incidents involving an emergency medical response where a student didn't have to be transported to a hospital.
Irish Parish Faces Deadline to Save Grade SchoolParents scramble to raise $250,000 by mid-January
Webster University Narrows Investigation into Racist FliersUniversity officials believe a small group of students created the fliers.
Racist, Homophobic Fliers Left Outside Webster University Dorm RoomThe university says about a dozen messages were repeated on approximately a ream of paper.