Missouri Republican Gov. Eric Greitens is appointing three people to the University of Missouri System governing board.
Over the last 10 years, 80 suits were filed against schools in the Kansas City metro, while only three were filed against Kansas schools.
One of the states that has historically ranked toward the bottom in almost every education statistic wants to make college free, and it could…
The Senate Ways and Means Committee endorsed a bill Tuesday that would cut state aid to public schools by $128 million and funding for state…
Kansas lawmakers are finally tackling one of their toughest problems— how to pay for K-12 education.
Faith Academy students at Harvest Church received a proclamation from Mayor Sly James commending them for starting and maintaining an…
Two NKCS students are getting a jumpstart on their careers, while breaking barriers.
One of the lowest performing public schools in Missouri is in the middle of a comeback.
The Shawnee Mission School District has teamed up with Kansas State University for a program that helps students learn English.
Some top Republican legislators in Kansas are looking to cut aid to public schools significantly to close a shortfall in the state's…
From 2005 to 2015, the number of senior borrowers increased from 700,000 to roughly 2.8 million.
A question-and-answer session is planned with Lee's Summit's newly-named superintendent, Dennis Carpenter.