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2015 Education Stories
Radio Story - Proposed legislation would require students use facilities based off anatomy
Radio Story - Representative Elijah Haahr says he is confident that House Bill 1621 will have support to pass in 2016.
Radio Story - The Departments of Education and Public Safety have received no information regarding Syrian refugees
Radio Story - The UM System announced Mike Middleton as interim UM System president
Radio Story - The new interim UM President want to revisit original demands made by 1969 Legion of Black Collegians
Newspaper Story - Majority of state officials support Wolfe's resignation as UM System President
Radio Story - Gov. Kinder wants University of Missouri to investigate staff shown in protest video
Radio Story - The ACLU of Missouri released a statement today condemning the MU Police Department
Radio Story - Transgender involvement in high school sports brought up in front of house Committee
Newspaper Story - Missouri's annual report on schools shows many public schools are getting better.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's House speaker unveils proposals to protect interns from sexual harassment.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's auditor questions protection of a statewide database of Missouri school children.
Radio Story - Bahr challenges the Education Department about federal funding
Newspaper Story - In the wake of the Oregon shootings, a Missouri health leader talks about Missouri's efforts.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's state auditor announces a series of data security audits of local schools.
Newspaper Story - MU Halts Planned Parenthood referral privileges, halting abortion services in Columbia
Radio Story - High school students from across Missouri gathered in the Capitol to participate in mock legislative sessions.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Nixon Offers Incentives To Get Colleges to Freeze College Undergraduate Tuition
Radio Story - Lawmakers cannot agree on Right to Work legislation with just a week before the veto session.
Radio Story - House passes anti-bullying legislation
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers are saying Gov. Jay Nixon has not kept a promise he made in January. #MoLeg
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers are saying the Gov. Nixon is making their jobs harder and failed to uphold his promise #MoLeg
Radio Story - House members pass compromise school transfers bill, but barely. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Senate unanimously passed anti-bullying legislation.
Radio Story - $46 million cut to Social Services heavily debated as House passes FY 2016 budget #MOLeg
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers urged to require daily Pledge of Allegiance recitation in public schools
Radio Story - Senate passes its version of school transfer bill, sends it back to House
Radio Story - A bill that would increase money for MO schools and restrict local gov't budget's moves further through the #MoLeg
Radio Story - Representative wants Pledge of Allegiance recited in English to prevent different cultures in Missouri classrooms.
Radio Story - Under new legislation, high school students would be required to pass a civics test to graduate. #MOleg
Newspaper Story - New bills would require high school students to pass civics exam in order to graduate. #MOleg
Newspaper Story - Senate votes to ban MU Board of Curators from hiring the governor that appointed them #moleg
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers hear about bills prohibiting the denial of benefits to religious groups in educational institutions,
Radio Story - A Senate cmte. discussed the benefits allowed for religious associations in public education institutions. #moleg
Radio Story - Senate School Transfer Debate Shifts to Disadvantaged African-American Youth
Radio Story - Senate continues debate on school transfer bill.
Radio Story - Missouri Senate begins conversations about a new school transfer bill #MoLeg
Newspaper Story - Gov. Nixon talks Ferguson at annual mansion press conference #moleg
Radio Story - The appointment and employment authority of the UM Board of Curators is in question with proposed bill.
Radio Story - A new civics bill would replace current required constitution tests
Radio Story - Months after Gov. Nixon veto's similar bills, education legislation is introduced again in front of lawmakers.
Newspaper Story - Nixon's State of the State Address features call for Medicaid expansion, but few specifics otherwise
Radio Story - Less than 24 hours after the Missouri Senate was interrupted by protesters, senators discussed what they want
Radio Story - During opening address, Senate President Pro Tem said things related to Ferguson are legislative priorities of his
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