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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A federal judge has approved a $350,000 settlement in a lawsuit alleging a teacher repeatedly slapped an autistic boy at a Springfield school. The boy's father said in the...
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SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Smithville High School announced Wednesday morning that the Missouri Attorney General once again requested records regarding the school’s former principal. The subpoena came at the...
2015/06/28 11:04
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BILLERICA -- When a "warning" status gets handed down from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, some parents in the school district may dread the worst: "Will my child get into a good...
2015/06/28 11:02
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Keith Schafer is leaving the Missouri Department of Mental Health for the second time — retiring this week after a combined 16 years as DMH director. “I’ve been here a little beyond eight years (this...
2015/06/26 01:33
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Rolla sheltered workshop board, manager say expansion beneficial Rolla Area Sheltered Workshop board members and its general manager say the acquisition of property and a building to expand the...
2015/06/24 00:23
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COLUMBIA - The federal government granted Missouri a three-year extension Tuesday of a waiver of flexibility under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, also known as No Child Left Behind. The...
2015/06/22 21:23
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JEFFERSON CITY - Participants of a new program are staying in Jefferson City until Thursday to receive "real life" leadership experience. Fifteen college men were selected for a seven-week internship...
2015/06/21 01:09
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Virtual schools aim for place in state public education Posted Jun. 20, 2015 at 8:45 PM SHREWSBURY – Frisbees, bounce houses, bubbles — the scene at the TEC Connections Academy’s end-of-the-year...
2015/06/20 00:23
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SPRINGFIELD (AP) - A $350,000 settlement has been proposed in a federal lawsuit alleging that a teacher slapped and insulted an autistic student at a Springfield school. The Springfield News-Leader...
2015/06/18 16:16
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CHESHIRE >> In the wake of this week's defeat by voters of a school budget override, district officials will consider a number of options — including making deeper cuts to next year's spending...
2015/06/18 09:02
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Missouri school districts will be able to obtain the results of background checks more quickly thanks to a new system that recently was launched. Districts are being trained...
2015/06/18 00:32
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Questions dropped, time added for Missouri teaching exams Hopeful Missouri teachers will have more time to answer fewer questions on some certification exams after complaints that not enough...
2015/06/17 14:42
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The Marceline R-5 Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, and passed the first draft of the 2015-16 budget. At this meeting, they also continued the work on the improvements around campus...
2015/06/17 12:09
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As another season of graduation winds down, our legislators are weighing decisions about next year’s state budget, including how much to spend on special education. It’s the season for considering the...
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Tantasqua superintendent receives high grades; video cameras OK'd for school buses Posted Jun. 16, 2015 at 9:30 PM Posted Jun. 16, 2015 at 9:30 PM STURBRIDGE - Tantasqua Regional and Union 61...
2015/06/15 11:04
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By Amelia Pak-Harvey apak-harvey@lowellsun.comLOWELL -- Contract negotiations with the city's teachers that have dragged on for nearly a year continue behind closed doors in mediation, where a neutral...
2015/06/14 08:02
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Talk to Daja Washington today and it's hard to imagine that she often found herself in fights at Roosevelt High School during the 2013-14 school year. Washington got in trouble a lot. And her...
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WILLIAMSTOWN >> For the past year, Williamstown resident Josh Oring has been a part of a high school class of 12 seniors, but he didn't meet any of them in person until they graduated in Boston...
2015/06/13 00:23
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JEFFERSON CITY - Schools across the state will now have faster access to background checks for school employees and applicants. "For the past 8 years, the Highway Patrol has been developing a system...
2015/06/10 06:16
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A couple of individuals will receive support from the SB 40 tax approved by Newton County voters two years ago.After finalizing contracts Monday night with Crowder Industries and Community Support...
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