The state cuts to higher education proposed by the governor this month have generated a lot of discussion about how they might affect four-year
It won’t be a surprise to readers of this blog that Kansas City and St. Louis are in bad financial shape.
After releasing his proposed budget last week, today Governor Eric Greitens followed it up in with his long-awaited tax cut plan.
WDAF TV in Kansas City recently reported that City Councilmember Jermaine Reed is seeking to expand the city’s ban-the-box initiative that currently pre
Nearly half of Missouri’s K-12 students live in rural areas. Accordingly, education reform efforts in Missouri should be aimed at helping urban, suburban, and rural families alike.
Does how close you live to a grocery store influence your diet? Advocates claim that it does, but research has failed to establish a connection.
Missouri has a lot of private schools—more than 600. Most of these schools, like their public school counterparts, are operating below capacity; that is, they have space to serve more students.
What does the state of Missouri spend your money on, and who is getting that money?
What’s so important about STEM education? For one thing, it’s a pathway to a high-paying job. According to the U.S.
I recently heard it claimed that homeschooling was an innovative approach to education. It is hard to imagine calling something innovative in 2017 when it was the dominant approach to education throughout most of history. Nevertheless, interest in homeschooling does seem to be growing.