What if there was a way for your child to work at a personalized pace, free to ask the teacher questions without the pressure of peers watching them? That option now exists in Missouri through online education.
A new law aimed at helping Missouri's tourism industry will push back the school start date.
The Columbia School Board also approved a revised calendar for the 2020-21 school year.
Columbia Public Schools planetarium has a young new director, who is bringing big ideas and a unique background for the job.
If the School Board approves the refinancing plan Monday, the district is projected to save $4.6 million through 2034.
Students got a chance to gain engineering experience at the the Mid-Missouri FIRST Lego League Competition on Saturday at Jefferson Middle School.
Peter Stiepleman answered questions about language programs and equity in Columbia Public Schools after discussing the district's various programs.
"We know that it's really important to start exposing students to lots of different types of careers," said Marie Davis, executive treasurer of the Missouri FFA Association. The association helped to develop the new curriculum.
Columbia Public Schools students and Tolton Catholic High School students received composite scores of 21.1 and 24.04, respectively.
If the school board approves, a group of Columbia Public Schools students could be headed to Japan this summer.
The new hire, Ben Potts, comes to Tolton less than one week after the sudden removal of former president Doug Callahan.
Callahan was appointed president of the school in September and his departure falls within the 90-day probationary period of his contract.
The Columbia Aeronautics and Space Association lab course livestreamed NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch's historic spacewalk Friday.
All you need to know about the new paper forms for public comment during CPS Board of Education meetings.
Officials say the report shows improvements in student attendance and schools continuing to hit targets in college and career readiness and graduation rates.
The last nepotism policy was scrapped during the 1950s to allow the district to hire a black husband-and-wife team to work in the city's only black school. Now, times have changed.
The imagery never appeared on Gentry's CPS-operated website but did appear on a Google-generated search page for the school.
Legislators responded to questions Tuesday during a forum sponsored by the Boone County Unit for the Missouri Teachers Association and Public School Personnel.
The new change will provide a form that allows community members to voice concerns in written form, which board members can read after the meetings.
Columbia Public Schools officials say lawyers for Traci Wilson-Kleekamp reneged on a deal with representatives for the district's chief equity officer.
Attorneys representing Carla London, Columbia Public Schools' chief equity officer, were absent from a hearing Monday.
Five years ago, Kavi Kelley died two weeks after her first birthday. Now, her parents are spreading her kindness and joy to others.