Jennings Students Take First Steps Up the Corporate LadderNot only did the four students get to see the big apple, they got to present their ideas to a room full of CEOs and corporate executives.
Mo. Bill Would Allow Public Funds to go to Private SchoolsA measure to allow state funds go to private schools was passed by the Missouri Senate.
BASE Foundation Unveils Plans for POWERplex Baseball ComplexThe BASE Foundation kicked off fundraising efforts for POWERplex in Chesterfield Valley, a $55 million indoor/outdoor baseball and softball complex.
Missouri Bid to Strip Scholarships if Athletes Strike PulledThe bill sparked a social media backlash, with critics saying it would rob athletes of their free-speech rights by holding their scholarships hostage.
Missouri Bill Would Strip Scholarships if Athletes Strike The bill would require colleges and universities to fine coaches for helping student athletes strike.
5 Dangerous Regulations Missing in SportsToo many athletic associations and governing bodies of sports are being reactive to tragic events.
Missouri Lawmakers Debate Bright Flight Changes for StudentsMissouri lawmakers believe that the expansion of top student scholarships, possibly could add a forgivable loan component to the Bright Flight program, keeping students in the state after graduation.
SEMO Creates Record Amount of Scholarships Southeast Missouri State University has developed 85 new scholarships along with increasing the amount of 60 existing ones.
Two Missouri Scholarships Getting BiggerBright Flight, Access Missouri recipients will get more help from state.
Full Scholarships For Covenant House Grads Nearly two dozen graduates at Covenant House Missouri in St. Louis have learned they'll leave the program with full scholarships to the college of their choice.
Senate Leader Backs End to Illinois Scholarship Perk"We really have to examine why we're spending $364 million on tuition waivers," Cullerton said
Another Illinois Lawmaker Stops Handing Our College ScholarshipsDecades-old perk has been criticized as political reward.

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