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Newsmakers in the areas of education, media, municipal, nonprofit and sales.

Ozark R-VI Schools' Craig Carson: "School partnerships with nonprofits, governmental agencies and industry are a win for the community, but more importantly, for the student."

The organizations sign a memorandum of understanding.

Evangel's Shonna Crawford: "Ultimately, today’s new teachers need strong role models and ongoing support."

SBJ interviews the superintendent of the Republic School District.

University policies specify whether the students, faculty or institutions own intellectual property developed on campus.

March 15 is the scheduled opening date for the location in Harrisonville.

Silver Dollar City in Branson is among the attractions where employees will benefit.

The gift funds a student lounge within the $40 million Robert W. Plaster Center for Advanced Manufacturing.

Nixa and Sarcoxie districts take two different routes to sun power.

Marabella developer looks to rezone and annex nearly 230 acres for the project.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks discusses a flood of legislation that would impact public schools.

Grenita Lathan is slated to lead the district at least through the 2024-25 academic year.

Frank Einhellig has worked at the university since 1992.

Insurance provider invests $230K statewide in health care students.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking, education, health care, municipal and nonprofit.

The funding is earmarked to improve theological training for Black and Hispanic ministers.

Springfield Public Schools, the state’s largest district, cites staffing issues.

Jay Chism starts next week, the university announces.

The district reinstates a face mask mandate for all employees and visitors, but not students.

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