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Missouri “Breaking Traditions” Winners The Breaking Traditions Awards honor students, educators and employers for their achievements related to nontraditional careers. Jefferson City, MO - infoZine...
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2014/04/17 11:20
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... – Missouri is one of 19 states allowing corporal punishment in schools, though that practice may soon be banned, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The Missouri Senate Committee on...
2014/04/16 21:04
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Task force outlines ideas to address student loan debt By Colleen Quinn State House News Service BOSTON -- As student loan debt tops $1 trillion nationally, state lawmakers are recommending ways to...
2014/04/15 13:42
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KCMO Sixth Annual Civil Rights/Fair Housing Summit The event is held annually in April to commemorate Fair Housing Month. Keynote speaker is Jeff Johnson, award-winning journalist and former BET...
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ST. LOUIS, MO (AP) -- A school bus accident in Jefferson County has left four students from a state school for children with disabilities with minor injuries. The bus from the Mapaville State School...
2014/04/09 23:21
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers authorized up to $2 million of state aid Tuesday to help a financially strapped, unaccredited St. Louis-area school system remain open through the...
2014/04/08 09:09
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There is something deeply ironic about the Massachusetts Legislature directing the state's public schools to prepare and implement a curriculum covering major aspects of personal financial...
2014/04/08 04:09
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STURBRIDGE � The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is stressing to the Tantasqua Regional School District that the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers...
2014/04/07 19:04
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By Matt Murphy STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BOSTON -- Expanding affordable access to early education and care for all 3- and 4-year-olds in Massachusetts could cost as much as $1.5 billion, according to a...
2014/04/06 11:09
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Is cursive handwriting the next casualty of the computer age? If you read the writing on the wall or, more appropriately, the typing on the computer, cursive's days are numbered, due in part to...
2014/04/06 09:10
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Growing up in Worcester, I missed one of its treasures. But thanks to my April 2 interview with Ashley Emerson Gilbert, I am a little bit wiser. Ms. Gilbert is director of 81 Hope Ave.-based Seven...
2014/04/03 18:23
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JEFFERSON CITY - The Missouri Coalition Against Common Core will hold a meeting 6:30 Thursday night at the ARC in Columbia to discuss their concerns over common core standards. They say Missouri's...
2014/04/01 03:09
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WORCESTER � In a review of eight major programs with federal expenditures totaling $44 million, an outside audit done for the city found more than $2.6 million in questionable costs. The audit...
2014/03/31 14:53
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Editors note: This story originally ran May 2, 2013 By Leonna Heuring SIKESTON -- The implementation of new learning standards in Missouri -- and across the nation -- has left some parents and...
2014/03/31 09:21
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BOSTON — Massachusetts schools will test-drive a new standardized exam this week, and administrators say they are concerned about the technology demands of the mostly computer-based tests. Tens of...
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Worcester Tech student aces state poster contest WORCESTER � Liz Otero, a senior in the Graphic Communications Department at Worcester Technical High School, was the first-place winner in the 2014...
2014/03/29 10:09
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SPENCER — While the interim school superintendent isn't making a recommendation, he told school committee members Tuesday that closing Lake Street School could result in a savings of $400,000 or...
2014/03/27 00:23
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COLUMBIA - The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education introduced a new set of standards for Missouri students. Two years after the initial introduction most of Missouri's school...
2014/03/26 19:04
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After stalled talks, House embraces new charter cap proposal By Colleen Quinn STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BOSTON -- House lawmakers on Wednesday resurrected legislation that would lift the cap on...
2014/03/26 17:03
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After Eight Years, GMO Labeling Bill Makes Headway A GMO labeling bill first filed by state representative Ellen Story (D-Amherst) eight years ago, and co-sponsored by Rep. John Scibak (D-South...
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