Missouri summer programs for students who are gifted to charge tuition

Two summer programs for Missouri high-school students who are gifted will begin charging tuition after state officials recently cut their funding. Officials with the Missouri Fine Arts Academy and the Missouri Scholars Academy say they will charge tuition to families on a sliding income scale so that families who can afford the programs will help subsidize those who cannot. The interdisciplinary fine-arts program will also ask that high schools contribute $50 for each of its students.

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