A letter to the editor in today's Post shows the ugly, mean-spirited attitude of some opponents of parental choice:
Do health clinics belong in public schools? The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the idea hasn't taken hold in Missouri as it has in Illinois:
Brian Lewis's column on HB808 illustrates just how much work advocates of parental choice still have to do in educating Missourians about how choice works and why it's impo
Missouri legislators are trying to make it even harder for illegal immigrants to get an education or earn a living. State Sen Chris Koster explains why:
Kids who are born into wealthy families get to attend whichever schools are best for them. Kids who are born into poverty aren't so fortunate.
Last week, I blogged about how I liked the Martin Luther King bridge expansion idea as a plan to improve transportation across the Mississippi. It seems that County Executive Charlie Dooley has now given a
A recent controversy has arisen over the state of intellectual diversity in Missouri's colleges and universities.