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School officials pick up their shovels to break ground for Columbia's newest middle school
Construction began in September, but Columbia Public Schools officials commemorated the occasion on Thursday.
Oct 12 1:00AM K-12 Education

A story that breaks the silence
Doing investigative work in a small community takes a willingness to lose friends, be publicly shunned, face threats and worse. And to have nowhere to hide.
Oct 5 11:30PM K-12 Education

As silence cloaks allegations of violent bullying in a tiny community, a news weekly fights back with facts
Public officials in Edina, Missouri, about 25 miles east of Kirksville, wouldn't talk about what happened in the locker room of the local school. The local newspaper was determined to bring it to light.
Oct 5 11:00PM K-12 Education

I will not hate': Holocaust survivor recounts experiences through documentary
Sonia Warshawski, 92, survived three concentration camps and being shot in the chest. She now speaks publicly about her experiences.
Oct 4 2:32AM K-12 Education

Columbia schools briefly placed under lockdown
After a domestic disturbance in northeast Columbia, multiple schools were placed under a modified lockdown Wednesday morning to ensure student safety. All lockdowns were lifted by 10:18 a.m.
Sep 26 5:15PM K-12 Education

Report: Young adult parents in Missouri face money, education challenges
In Missouri, 13 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds are parents, which is above the national average, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Sep 25 10:00PM K-12 Education