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Charter school expansion, 'school choice' scholarships divide lawmakers

BY CAITLIN R. KING AND ADAM SATRYA JACKSON, Missouri News Network
JEFFERSON CITY — Senate Bill 55 is chock-full of contentious education measures.
The subject of a debate that lasted until about 2 a.m. Wednesday, the bill tackles charter schools and “school choice,” teaching the Bible in public classrooms and criminalizing the teaching of sex education without parents’ written permission.

Plan Your Next Adventure with the 2021 Missouri Travel Guide

Road trips, museums, hikes and everything in between are waiting for visitors in the Show-Me State. With the 2021 Official Missouri Travel Guide, travelers can begin planning their next adventure.

Legumes improve pastures, grazing and profits

Add legumes to grazing pastures to improve cattle performance and forage production, says University of Missouri Extension regional livestock specialist Patrick Davis.

Missouri S&T prepares for a socially distanced St. Pat’s celebration 

Missouri University of Science and Technology will celebrate a socially distanced 113th annual “Best Ever” St. Pat’s in March, with many traditional events moving to virtual venues or held on-campus. Participation in all on-campus events will be limited to Missouri S&T students only.