Missouri representatives want to give the State Board of Education authority to restrict where students from unaccredited districts can transfer.
A private education reform group is preparing to release its recommendations for turning around Missouri’s unaccredited school systems.
For the second time this year, the Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a state law requiring unaccredited schools to pay for students to attend class elsewhere.
Missouri’s Education Department came under criticism Tuesday over its handling of the state’s unaccredited schools.
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, July 16th – Gary U.S. Bonds; Controversy Over Senior Housing Complex in Oakville; Student Transfers; Mark Sawyier, CEO of Bonfyre
Charlie talks with Rock ‘n Roll Legend Gary U.S. Bonds; Charlie and Debbie discuss the controversy over the low-income senior housing complex in Oakville; Charlie talks more about student transfers; and the 18th in a series on growing entrepreneurism in the STL region with Mark Sawyier of Bonfyre.
The deadline to apply for that free transfer to Mehlville is August first.
The vote to maintain Missouri’s current tenure system comes one day after the Senate punted on an attempt to address the unaccredited school district in St. Louis.
The bill addresses students attending the unaccredited St. Louis and Kansas City School Districts.
The Jordan Danielle King-Willmann lawsuit is among at least four stemming from a Missouri law allowing students from unaccredited districts to transfer to accredited districts.
St. Louis firefighters’ families are locked into an unaccredited school district; they are required to live within the city limits of St. Louis.