Interim chancellor at Missouri S&T named for 1 year

Waynesville H.S. receives $100,000 grant for math, science education

MSU board OKs 'modest' tuition, fee increases for 2017-18

Missouri House passes changes to student transfer policy

Mo. lawmakers ponder more protections for student journalists

Deadline approaching: KY3 will award two, $1,000 scholarships

Mo. Senate budget leader disagrees with House on education funding

Arkansas votes for education savings accounts pilot program

High Court bolsters rights of learning-disabled students

Missouri's community colleges to share training program

Southern Republican governor leading free college movement

Senate votes to repeal Obama rule on teacher training evaluations

University of Missouri audit highlights issues with administrative pay

Hutchinson signs ArFuture grant bill

International group honors MSU assistant professor

South Dakota bill leaves evolution skepticism up to teachers

Greitens names appointees to University of Missouri curators

Governor signs bill on Arkansas higher education funding

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