Online learning company K12 exposes student data in Missouri
One state official said the distribution of a spreadsheet by the company's lobbyists represented a "significant" data breach.
Alexa boosts student engagement, productivity at Park University
The multi-campus institution has developed a new feature for Alexa-enabled devices, designed to give students easy access to information.
Missouri State taps Springfield IT director as new CIO
Jeff Coiner will take over information technology operations for the campus early next month.
St. Louis universities build consortium for cybersecurity students
For supporting students and building relationships with industry, the group's members say they can do more together than they could have alone.
U. of Missouri boosts STEM for rural schools with $22.4M in grants
The university anticipates new federal funding will bring STEM education to 500 educators and nearly 30,000 students in high-need areas.
Missouri Gov. Parson calls special session to rework STEM bill
The governor says he hopes to sign a new version of a bill that he vetoed earlier this summer to bring new opportunities to the state's K-12 students.
States assess their future plans with Questar after online testing delays
At least one state — Tennessee — plans to hire a different online assessment provider following outages earlier in the year.
Missouri governor signs virtual schools bill hours before resigning his seat
New legislation, signed during Gov. Eric Greitens' final hours in office, will significantly expand online education for Missouri's K-12 students.