Reimagining Education

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Your children deserve:

The best options for high quality education

Finding the school that best fits your child’s needs is the most important part of ensuring they have a good educational future. In Missouri, your choice of school options depends largely on where you live. Check out our guide to what your options are and get tips on how to find the best school!

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transparent and accountable EDUCATION policy

Whether your child attends a traditional district school, a charter school, or a private school, having good information on the schools' quality is vital to making sure your child is prepared for the future. Strong and transparent performance data is also key to ensuring the educational system is effective and efficient.

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Freedom to go to the school that fits

When families have educational options, they will be empowered to make a school choice that meets their student’s unique needs. A student’s right to an education should include all high-quality options that will meet their needs, including district, public charter, virtual, and private school options.

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Empowering parents

Latest News

Free “Miss Virginia” film screenings planned across Missouri

CEAM is excited to announce that we will be hosting five FREE screenings of the major motion picture Miss Virginia across Missouri in January. The screenings kick-off in Springfield on Monday, January 6, followed by a screening in Kansas City on Tuesday, January 7, and a screening in Columbia on Wednesday, January 8. Then later […]

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First look: 2020 Missouri education legislation

The first education legislation for the 2020 legislative session are being filed this week. Missouri senators and representatives are dealing with a wide range of issues in their initial filings. They address everything from bill that would essentially abolish charter schools to a bill that would allow students to apply sunscreen while at school. Many […]

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DESE set to release school-level spending data

Is your child getting the same funding as other students in your district? Parents will finally have an answer next week. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) is updating both building-level and district-wide report cards on Dec. 12 with building-level expenditure data. The new data is required by the Every Student Succeeds Act […]

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