Kansas City schools are remaining unaccredited after Missouri education officials decided to leave the district's status unchanged.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says he is working toward full funding for public schools by the time he leaves office in January 2017.
Three winners have been announced in September's MOST 529 College Savings Month poster and essay contests.
A suburban Chicago Catholic high school has begun randomly testing students to see if they've consumed alcohol in the past three months.
The University of Missouri is creating a program to train doctors specializing in emergency medicine.
Almost 6 million young people are neither in school nor working, or about 15 percent of those aged 16 to 24.
A University of Missouri medical researcher is working to use the cancer-fighting compounds found in grape skins and red wine in tumor-killing radiation treatments.
An Alton couple is upset that their son was allowed to leave school on his own this week. They say the five-year-old was found on a street nearly 10 blocks away.
A Missouri state representative says he's upset that two high school students were wearing gay-supportive T-shirts while working at an elementary school book fair.
When an Epping, New Hampshire 4-year-old's mother packed candy corn for lunch she thought it would be a good way to get in the Halloween spirit.
Confluence Charter Schools staff is investigating a report of two students inappropriately touching on a school bus.
Two students at Woodstock, Georiga's Etowah High School are facing punishment after performing a sex act in the school cafeteria.
Indiana school district pays $50,000 to student it failed to protect from bullying.
Stricter security measures are in place at a new housing complex for University of Missouri, after complaints about several large parties at the complex.
An Indiana jury has awarded $50,000 in damages to a Pendleton woman who sued her school for failing to protect her from bullies.