With the help of inmates from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, a century's worth of Hickman High School yearbooks are digitally archived.
The Columbia Public School District thinks a "community" school may bring consistency to struggling students.
Ankur Singh traveled the country, filming a documentary on standardized testing. His film, "Listen," premiered Monday night.
Schools across the country are seeing results from the "Leader in Me" program, a controversial curriculum based on Stephen Covey's best-seller "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People."
Many parents at the Columbia School Board meeting on Monday want a solution soon for the overcrowding at Mill Creek Elementary School.
The Columbia School Board will meet Monday to discuss overcrowding at Mill Creek Elementary School and transportation options for the 2014-15 school year.
The ballot initiative would allow a 50 percent tax credit for businesses and individuals who donate to nonprofit organizations that benefit schools. It could lead to scholarships for children in private schools.
An MU education teacher and Fairview Elementary School's principal have come up with a one-on-one mentoring program to get students the extra help they need to perform better in school.
World religions classes in Columbia high schools provide classroom conversations with an opportunity to help students be in tune with the world—and themselves.
Larry and Brenda Potterfield donated $1 million to a foundation that will award the money to the first Missouri school district to win a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
The 194 people who attended the district's World Cafe at Stoney Creek Inn and Conference Center discussed the role of public schools in career and college readiness programs.
Community Montessori aims to open its new location, 705 N. Providence Road, by Jan. 1. The new location was chosen for its proximity to students' homes.
Fourth- and fifth-grade students from Midway Heights Elementary School and Paxton Keeley Elementary School performed experiments on plants at MU on Monday during the ShowMe Nature GK-12 Science Safari.
Elementary school students who qualify for free or reduced lunches would be chosen through a lottery to attend the school for preschool through fifth grade. The school would be in session year-round.
The school will add six solar panels to its roof courtesy of a grant from the UPS Foundation.
Ninety schools said they stopped using the federally subsidized national school lunch program because it introduced new standards for healthier foods last year.
PTA members met this week to discuss solutions to overcrowding in Rock Bridge and Mill Creek elementary schools.
Commissioner of Education Chris Nicastro has expressed concerns that students in Kansas City schools are still struggling.
African-American students on average scored 431 in reading, 429 in math and 418 in writing. That's slightly higher than the previous two years.
Students are able to receive encouragement from fellow entrepreneurs by being involved in the entrepreneurial community.