Teacher Says He Was Suspended For Serving Pancakes During State TestA middle school teacher in Pennsylvania is reportedly heading back to work just days after he was suspended for serving his students pancakes during a state exam.
Mo. Treasurer Reminds Parents of New 529 PoliciesPresident Trump's tax overhaul changed the way people can use the money they're saving.
Security Upgraded at Valley Park Schools After Online ThreatsDistrict officials don't think the threats were real, but they called in extra police protection yesterday.
Columbia Senator Think State Should Say No to Education Funding CutsA Republican State Senator from Columbia isn't happy with the governor's proposed cuts to higher education.
Jefferson College Teaches Skills Employers Say They NeedJefferson College is working to address the growing need for skilled employees by "intensifying" resources and personnel to teach workforce development.
Local College Offers Employees Bonuses from Tax SavingsA college in southwest Missouri says it will give employees a bonus because of savings from recent federal tax code changes.
Ill. Senators Push for Internet in Rural AreasNearly 90 thousand students at rural schools don't have broadband access.
Affton School Teaches Mindfulness, Problem SolvingOne school in the Affton School District is incorporating mindfulness and social-emotional learning into its learning strategy this year.
State School Board Calls for Protests from Local DistrictsMissouri begins this week with a call from a state school board member for local districts to protest Friday's firing of the state's education commissioner.
Teachers Union Says Greitens' Board Appointments will Strengthen UnionsMissouri Governor Geitens' efforts to reshape the state board of education has many wondering what his end game is.
Amazon Makes Surprise Donation Visit to EdwardsvilleAmazon set to make a surprise visit to Illinois this morning.
Electoral Justice Project Aims to Increase Voter Participation in Black CommunityThe Electoral Justice Project will be holding town hall meetings around the country, trying to build black political power.