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State Board of Education to consider NCLB waiver request

Board to meet Feb. 21 Missouri education officials are moving closer to submitting a voluntary waiver application to the U.S. Department of Education which, if approved, would provide state and local education leaders with flexibility in meeting requirements of No Child Left Behind. An approved waiver would allow states to exchange certain federal NCLB requirements

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Mehlville officials monitoring state funding for education

Full-day kindergarten issue won’t come back to board until spring The issue of tuition-free, full-day kindergarten will not be brought back to the Mehlville Board of Education until state funding is more secure, according to Superintendent Eric Knost. Knost told the board at its Feb. 9 meeting he is monitoring the foundation formula at the

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Oakville hockey team defeats Eureka in first round of playoffs

Tigers next will face Lindbergh By Robert Chalupny What the Oakville Senior High School varsity hockey team expected is exactly what happened as the Tigers dominated the Eureka Wildcats in the first round of their quest for the Challenge Cup. The third-seeded Tigers defeated the 14th-seeded Wildcats 6-1 Friday night and 7-1 Monday night in

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