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2008 Lower Ed. Stories
Radio Story - Missouri kids would start school sooner under a legislative proposal.
Radio Story - The St. Louis School Board wants to keep state officials out of the conversation in figuring out how to run the city school district.
Radio Story - The effects of charter schools in Missouri are discussed as both presidential candidates hope to expand the schools throughout the country.
Radio Story - Democrats and Republicans want students to be safe and responsible when it comes to sex.
Newspaper Story - Gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Jay Nixon announced more details about his lower education plan
Newspaper Story - Missouri, along with Sarah Palin's Alaska, is one of the few states in the country that does not regulate home schooling.
Radio Story - Legislators agree action must be taken to prevent sexual abuse in Missouri Schools
Radio Story - The sexual affairs between a teacher and his 13-year-old student prompted legislation that made its way from the House to the Senate.
Radio Story - A bill that would protect student from sexual misconduct passed the Missouri House in a 139 to six landslide and made its way to the Senate Education Committee.
Radio Story - The leading members of the House Budget committee clashed over state funding of public schools on this week's edition of the public television program Jeff City Journal. Rebecca Layne has more from Jefferson City.
Newspaper Story - After a one-woman filibuster in the Senate, the alternative teacher certification bill makes its way to House Committee debate
Radio Story - The Missouri House is expected to hear a bill this week that would allow teachers without education degrees in state classrooms.
Radio Story - While Illinois tries to reduce the age of permit drivers, Missouri stays resrticted.
Newspaper Story - Ed Robb's twins bill will be discussed in committee hearing
Newspaper Story - The Senate Health Committee dhair files bill that would create a pilot program for getting flu vaccines into schools.
Newspaper Story - Teacher certification addressed on Senate floor
Radio Story - Senator Joan Bray stands alone in opposition to a teacher certification bill.
Radio Story - Kids would have to stay in school in order to obtain a drivers license under a meansure presented to the House Urban Education Committee on Tuesday.
Newspaper Story - Bill outlines process not much different from one already in place
Newspaper Story - Missouri's Health Department adopts a TV campaign to address the rising cases of flu.
Radio Story - Missouri's House Education Committee chair Jane Cunningham says sexual misconduct by teachers is one of the Elementary and Secondary Education Committee's top priorities for this year's legislative process. The issue was raised in this weekend's edition of the public television program Jeff City Journal covered by Rebecca Layne.
Radio Story - The House gave first-round approval to a constituitonal amendment that would require government agencies, including schools, to allow voluntary prayer in their facilities.
Radio Story - A Missouri Senator says that mandatory school flu vaccinations are a future possibility as the flu season comes into full effect.
Radio Story - Public education can use traditional holiday names without exploitation.
Newspaper Story - Ed Robb sponsors bill allowing parents of twins to choose if kids should be in same class
Newspaper Story - Rep. Jane Cunningham sponsored a bill putting the state Education Department in charge of school extracurricular activities
Radio Story - A bill is proposed that will raise pay for math and science teachers in Missouri Public Schools.
Newspaper Story - Education Committee discusses bill to protect students from sex offenders
Radio Story - The suicide of a St. Charles teen has influenced a bill that would modify antibullying policies enacted in school districts.
Newspaper Story - The House Democrats held a press conference to discuss their education package for this session.
Radio Story - Everyone knows the usefulness of a rating system for restaurants and hotels. But how useful would a rating system be for your child care provider?
Radio Story - High school students could face random drug testing if the senate judiciary chair gets his way.
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