The Calculus on Course Access: Part 2

In 11 states across the country, K-12 Course Access programs are offering winning solutions for many students and financially challenged public schools. This year, Missouri’s legislators are considering two Course…

Everyone Deserves a Choice

When I speak to groups or individuals about the work CEAM is doing to promote and enact education policy change, I usually start out with a singularly important fact: "We…

Healthy Choices for Mind & Body

Lisa Smith is someone who values healthy choices. As a highly involved community member and CEAM volunteer, she advocates for children to have access to better educational options. As an…

“My Future, My Choice” Essay Contest Winners

"My Future, My Choice" Essay Contest In an effort to engage students in the conversation around school choice, CEAM hosted middle school and high school essay contests. These essays amplify the voices…

Education Savings Accounts- How do they work?

Education Savings Accounts (ESA) and Course Access were the two education policy solutions presented in Governor Greitens’ first state of the state speech on January 17th. This week an ESA…

The Calculus on Course Access: Part 1

Laura Slay, CEAM Executive Director Missouri is poised for improvements to education policy over the next four years. Those improvements promise to both deliver quality education and encourage greater accountability.…

CEAM Response to State Board of Education Vote

By voting to grant Provisional Accreditation status to the Riverview Gardens School District (RGSD) last week, the Missouri State Board of Education (SBOE) has taken away a critical education lifeline…

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