Last Tuesday, Kansas Citians voted to effectively block future growth of the city's streetcar unless and until city leaders can make the case to the entire city that expansion is needed.
Today, I was greeted on Facebook with countless pictures of children smiling as they headed to their first day of the school year. My first thought was, “Uh-oh—my kids overslept!” Then I remembered they don’t start until tomorrow.
Are Missouri students learning more or less? Are schools improving? Are teachers adapting to the state’s new standards?
Missouri’s economy has been in the slow lane for decades. Unfortunately, unless things change, Missourians will likely be left behind by their peers in states with relatively booming economies.
It was just this April that Missouri finally made its vehicle-for-hire regulations
Show-Me Institute Internships: Fall 2017
The Show-Me Institute is pleased to offer internship opportunities for Fall 2017.
Recently in the Springfield News-Leader, I argued that school districts should reconsider how they pay teachers.
According to the leadership of the American Federation of Teachers, the
A data point came across my twitter feed the other day that absolutely stopped me in my tracks. I was vaguely familiar with country superstar Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, a nonprofit organization she started that gives books to needy children.