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MSBA: No recommendation on transgender bathroom issue

Published Sep. 4 2016

The Missouri School Boards Association originally recommended schools allow transgender students to use the bathroom and locker room they identify...

Symposium will bring big ideas, discussions to Fulton

Published Sep. 4 2016

In a few weeks, the Hancock Symposium at Westminster College will bring some of the best brains in the world...

Free community classes starting

Published Sep. 2 2016

Free community classes will be offered by the Artisans University.

National Churchill Museum to host meet-and-greets

Published Sep. 2 2016

On Thursday, the Mid-Missouri Friends of the National Churchill Museum will host a 5-7 p.m. event at the Fulton Country...

Discrimination suit against JCPS dismissed

Published Sep. 2 2016

A judge officially dismissed Laura Cooper's discrimination lawsuit against Jefferson City Public Schools.

Attorneys seek dismissal of second JCPS discrimination suit

Published Sep. 1 2016

Attorneys on both sides of a second discrimination lawsuit against Jefferson City Public Schools are seeking a dismissal of the...

Student wallets take a big hit

Published Aug. 31 2016

Students at Missouri's public colleges and universities are shouldering more of the cost of education because of a decrease in...

Bostonian accepts directorship position at William Woods University

Published Aug. 31 2016

William Woods University has hired a new director of content and publicity for its marketing and communications office, according to...

Lockdown at middle school praised by officials

Published Aug. 31 2016

An emergency lockdown at two Fulton schools Monday yielded a positive response from law enforcement officials and employees.

JCPS splits HR, legal counsel positions

Published Aug. 28 2016

The human resources coordinator and legal counsel positions at Jefferson City Public Schools have been split, mainly because officials said...

Districts weigh in on teacher evaluations

Published Aug. 28 2016

In recent years, the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education changed its requirements for teacher evaluations, which could be...

Westminster alum returns as staff

Published Aug. 28 2016

Kirsten Carney, Westminster College class of 2013, has accepted the position of sports information director and social media manager at...

Lincoln University faculty talking union

Published Aug. 26 2016

Some Lincoln University employees are launching a campaign to organize a collective bargaining unit with the Missouri National Education Association.

School superintendent putting on the pecans

Published Aug. 25 2016

School superintendent Dave Tramel is ready with the barbecue and bandages and is prepping for pie.

JCHS students receive Scholar Awards

Published Aug. 25 2016

Seventeen Jefferson City High School students were among the 18 percent worldwide who scored high enough on the Advanced Placement...

Evaluations get mixed grade

Published Aug. 25 2016

Missouri teachers across the state are split nearly down the middle in their thoughts on the systems used to evaluate...

JCPS rolls out behavior plan to parents

Published Aug. 25 2016

Administrators at Jefferson City Public Schools rolled out the district's revamped behavior plan to parents at Moreau Heights on Wednesday...

Scores sagging for high school grads taking ACT college test

Published Aug. 24 2016

Nearly two-thirds of this year's high school graduates took the ACT college entrance exam, and their scores suggest many remain...

Alumni raise more than $1 million to honor professor

Published Aug. 23 2016

A man who spent 35 years shaping young minds will have his name honored for years to come, thanks to...

New Bloomfield Schools show off new digs

Published Aug. 23 2016

The superintendent of New Bloomfield School District has been on edge all summer watching cars slow down to catch a...

MU sees drop in freshman enrollment

Published Aug. 23 2016

Officials at the University of Missouri said their newest freshmen class likely is the smallest in 10 years.

State education department meeting planned in Fulton

Published Aug. 21 2016

Officials from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education are planning regional meetings, and one will be in Fulton.

After-school program begins at North Callaway

Published Aug. 21 2016

Coming off the heels of a five-year after-school grant cycle, officials at North Callaway School District reapplied for the same...