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Enrollment for those pupils has been on the decline in recent academic years.

Evangel University's Jon Spence: "As educators, we equip future generations of learners to inherit their place in society. This is an essential role, and our culture looks to us to make sure these students are prepared."

Executive Editor Christine Temple discusses K-12 public education with area superintendents.

Drury University professor Laurie Edmondson: "Now more than ever, public schools need the support of every community member."

SBJ interviews the president of Cox College.

The National Center for Education Statistics reported that in fall 2019, the most recent period for which private school enrollment data is available, about 4.7 million students, roughly 9%, in kindergarten through grade 12 were enrolled in private schools, a figure mostly unchanged since 2009.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, health care and tourism.

A ceremony follows Brad Johnson's hiring this summer.

Inquiries from restaurants to find chefs and cooks come in constantly to local culinary arts programs, officials say, reflecting a challenge for the food service industry that’s existed since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The funding goes toward theological training at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.

Advanced Concrete and Donco 3 aim to fill workforce gap.

The program also recently received a Foundation for SPS donation.

Bolivar Technical and Cox colleges were selected among 11 organizations statewide.

Grenita Lathan is interviewed for SBJ's 12 People You Need to Know series.

He's the fourth person to be recognized under Mayor Ken McClure's five-year tenure.

DeWitt & Associates served as general contractor for the renovation project designed by Esterly Schneider & Associates.

Forty-five district sites are picked for 92 funding requests.

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

The honor recognizes the Springfield nonprofit for pivoting its programming during the pandemic.

Walther Hall work includes a new HVAC system and lobby spaces.

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