Anyone who grew up away from big cities knows that limited options are a fact of life, whether it’s restaurants, shops, or even schools.
According to the Brookings Institution Metro Monitor 2019, per data from 2016–2017, Kansas City ranked 78th in economic growth out of the 10
There are 1,300 charter schools in rural and township areas nationwide. Exactly zero of them are in Missouri, and that’s a problem. There are plenty of examples of charter schools serving rural areas very effectively.
The filing of charter school expansion bills in the state legislature has been accompanied by spirited debate on the subject.
Kids can be terrible. I know. I have four of them. They bite. They kick. They scream. They mock. They tease. They do just about everything you tell them not to . . . sometimes because you tell them not to.
If you need a flu shot, you could make an appointment with your physician, wait at a potentially inconvenient location, and likely receive an expensive bill.
Recent research shows that there is a gap in academic achievement between lower- and upper-class students by as much as three to four years of schooling.
In many of Missouri’s school districts, career and technical education classes are available either through the local high school or area career centers.