Mo. state board approves oversight of struggling schools

08/22/2013 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Failing schools will receive additional oversight under a plan approved on Tuesday by the Missouri State Board of Education. The decision empowers the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to monitor district finances and increase classroom interaction. The move comes on the heels of legislation approved this year that eliminated a two-year waiting period before the state could step in and oversee struggling schools.

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