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Metro districts get mixed APR results

Some of the state's poorest performing school districts did not fare very well on the 2017 Annual Performance Report issued last week. Kansas City 33, St. Louis City, and Riverview Gardens…

2017 APR SCORES: Data, Data, and more Data

Only 47.1 percent of Missouri students scored proficient or advanced on state math tests last school year. That news was part of the Annual Performance Reports (APR) released by Missouri's…

Could Missouri’s ESA proposal be improved?

  The Missouri legislature will, in all likelihood,  be considering an Education Savings Account bill when it returns to session in 2018, most likely a bill very similar to the…

What ESAs could do for Missouri

Stories of how Education Savings Accounts are helping families across the country are piling up, providing a mountain of evidence that these innovative programs give families and students hope and…

Guess what scares us on Halloween?

Tomorrow the streets will be filled with witches, vampires, and other scary things that go bump in the night, all out seeking sweet treats and a few frights. It is…

ESAs can help special needs students in Missouri

Parenting is hard. Parenting a child with special needs can be really hard. Parents of special needs children throughout the country are finding help through state-administered programs called Education Savings…

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