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2015/07/27 21:19
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David Keim's experiences growing up in Ross helped mold him into what he is today — Massachusetts's 2015 Principal of the Year. Keim, 46, has served as principal of Fred W. Miller Elementary School...
2015/07/27 21:19
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2015/07/27 13:23
2015/07/27 13:23
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COLUMBIA - Missouri school administrators are heading back to school just one month before the new school year gets underway. The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education kicked off...
2015/07/26 13:56
2015/07/26 13:56
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... Gov. Jay Nixon has announced his appointments of Dr. Marilou Joyner (D), Kansas City, and Richard N. Smith (R), Coffey, to the Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents. Both...
2015/07/25 16:47
2015/07/25 16:47
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Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback stumbled in trying to build a case that teachers in Kansas are paid significantly better on average than teachers in neighboring Missouri. Brownback told reporters during a...
2015/07/25 05:49
2015/07/25 05:49
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New Bloomfield names baseball field after legendary coach We've all had overdue moments in our lives. Books, bills, babies, a pay raise. Some of these we'd probably consider long overdue. Last...
2015/07/24 22:43
2015/07/24 22:43
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A Naylor, Missouri teacher will be honored for her commitment to public education on Monday, July 27. Betty Abernathy has been involved in education for more than 60 years. She began teaching in...
2015/07/23 00:09
2015/07/23 00:09
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Teresa Lackey of Grafton turned 3 last week. Her family celebrated with an outing to Southwick's Zoo in Mendon, a festive marking of a childhood milestone. The day also marked another milestone, one...
2015/07/22 11:04
2015/07/22 11:04
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State: Tewksbury schools must train after data release TEWKSBURY -- The Tewksbury Public Schools were out of compliance with state law when the district inadvertently released confidential student...
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2015/07/20 19:23
2015/07/20 19:23
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COLUMBIA - 4th District U.S. Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo) toured a Columbia sub-contracting firm Monday that offers employment to developmentally disabled Missourians. Hartzler's tour of Central...
2015/07/19 11:02
2015/07/19 11:02
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A local summer food program is on track to feed more than 3,500 children before it ends mid-August. The Food 4 Kids program provides Jefferson City area children, ages 18 and under, with sack lunches...
2015/07/13 13:04
2015/07/13 13:04
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BURLINGTON - Not that long ago, school administrators were calling the high school accreditation process a "time-consuming and expensive" endeavor. Renewing accreditation would make it difficult to...
2015/07/09 22:23
2015/07/09 22:23
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JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri will no longer be using testing materials from the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium, its former vendor for the Common Core standard assessments. Assistant Commissioner...
2015/07/08 15:11
2015/07/08 15:11
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What would have happened if the general manager of the MBTA had also chaired the board of Keolis or the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad when the two companies were competing for the multibillion...
2015/07/07 11:34
2015/07/07 11:34
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Missouri educator groups are becoming concerned about the state's new teacher certification exam, which prospective teachers are failing at higher rates. Last September, prospective Missouri teachers...
2015/07/02 08:02
2015/07/02 08:02
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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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2015/07/01 18:26
2015/07/01 18:26
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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
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
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...
2015/07/27 21:19
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