JEFFERSON CITY — From school choice proposals to new teacher certification requirements, the Missouri House and Senate introduced a slew of education bills this session.

When it comes to school choice, some lawmakers proposed legislation aimed at giving families more options, while others say it shouldn’t be at the expense of pulling funding from public schools. K-12 officials responded to a list of the following bills:

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