State Rep. Ian Mackey, D-Clayton, has filed legislation to ban the seclusion of students in Missouri's K-12 schools. House Bill 1677 would prevent public or charter schools from using solitary confinement as a form of punishment.
Despite a decline in enrollment numbers, educators in St. Louis Public Schools (SLPS) remain optimistic about the future of education in the city. This article explores the positive initiatives and perspectives that are shaping the future of education in St. Louis.
A coalition of pro-Palestine student groups at St. Louis-area universities are calling for their leaders to sever ties with Boeing because of the weapons manufacturer’s connections with Israel.
Carlita Vasser, CEO of At Home Care, has been awarded the Loretto Award for her dedication to social justice and community service.
This article examines the environmental injustice in St. Louis, Missouri, highlighting the urgent need for solutions to address the racial disparities in air quality.
Lincoln University is requesting proposals for the construction of approximately five thousand, five hundred (5,500) feet of fencing at the Lincoln University Freeman Farm located in Jefferson City, Missouri. Submissions must be delivered by 2:00 PM, Friday, December 15th, 2023.
Insurance provides access to essential services and resources during times of crisis, such as emergency medical assistance, travel support and guidance, 24/7 assistance hotline, financial reimbursement for emergency expenses, and assistance with lost or stolen documents.
Manasseh Ministry, a non-profit organization, has had a difficult year due to COVID-19 and the closure of Bed Bath and Beyond in Brentwood.