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  • Missouri Promise

      Good grades and community service could mean free tuition for Missouri college and university students if the Missouri Promise plan continues to gain traction. The plan, which would pay tuition and fees for tens of thousands of Missouri college and university students, is rapidly gaining momentum. Many of Missouri’s two-year colleges have already shown support for Missouri Promise, and its four-year colleges and universities are preparing to make their support for the plan public.

  • What are Missouri State Schools?

      What are state schools, and how are they different from local public schools? That’s what we’ll talk about today on the Missouri Parent Blog. The public schools that most of us are most familiar with are traditional public schools administered at the local level through a local education authority, or LEA.

  • The Missouri School for the Blind

      Missouri School for the Blind is a state-run residential school in St. Louis where legally blind students from birth to 21 years old have received a free, quality, public education since 1851. The mission of MSB is to provide individualized instruction, resources, and educational services ensuring that students with visual impairments achieve the academic, social, employment, and life skills empowering them to enjoy full productive lives.

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