A Hiring Boom at St. Louis Public SchoolsNearly three dozen counselors with Master's degrees have been hired.
No Teachers' Contract? No Problem for Marissa SchoolsSuperintendent says "unique relationship" will allow classes to begin as scheduled.
Lindbergh School Superintendent Meets With Student DemonstratorsJim Simpson and #LindberghCares had Q-and-A session after classes ended Friday.
Parents Call For Audit of Hazelwood School DistrictThey want $6.6 million in proposed budget cuts restored.
Backers Make Final Push for St. Louis Schools Tax HikeThe $27.8 million a year increase would improve safety and salaries, along with early childhood, alternative and character education.
Prop 1 Might Break a 25-Year Trend in St. LouisThe plan would raise the tax bill on a $100,000 home in the city by about $140 a year.
Annual Report Card on Missouri, Illinois Teachers ReleasedMissouri's overall grade was a C-, the same as the national average, Illinois received a C+.
Mehlville Passes Property Tax Hike; Kirkwood Votes It DownKirkwood and Mehlville had a voter turnout of more than 30 percent, but remainder of county saw fewer than 20 percent.
East St. Louis Students Return to School After StrikeDistrict officials and union negotiators struck a tentative deal Friday after a 13-hour bargaining session.
East St. Louis Teachers Approve New ContractThe teachers union successfully agreed on a pay increase with the East St. Louis school district.
Tentative Deal Struck To End East St. Louis Teachers StrikeTeachers will not picket Friday, but instead will vote on tentative pact.
Teacher Strike Gives 6K Illinois Kids Month Off From School``I feel unappreciated,'' said LaTonya Sain, 33, a five-year employee who teaches ninth and 10th-grade English at East St. Louis High. ``I know how hard I work. We're ready to get back to school, but we want to be treated fair.''

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