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Missouri Board of Education discusses classes next fall, students dodging school work

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Missouri Board of Education discusses classes next fall, students dodging school work

Photo caption: Missouri Board of Education discusses classes next fall, students dodging school work. Article by Alisa Nelson.

A new state statute requires Missouri’s K-12 districts to start the school year no earlier than 14 calendar days prior to the first Monday in September, unless the State Board of Education waives the requirement. Board members are discussing whether to waive the requirement and give districts the option of starting the school earlier this fall.

An uptick in coronavirus cases is projected in the fall – possibly affecting how much learning kids will have at school. During Monday’s board meeting, Education Commissioner Margie Vandeven says the coronavirus is an extenuating circumstance and the department is not trying to take advantage of the situation. […]

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