riverview gardens http://kbia.org en Most Mo. transfer students remain after shake-up http://kbia.org/post/most-mo-transfer-students-remain-after-shake <p style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif, Geneva; font-size: 11px; line-height: 15px;">Two months after the start of a new school year, a new report shows that most of the students who transferred from a pair of failing St. Louis County school districts remain at the better-performing suburban schools where they relocated to.</p><p> Tue, 15 Oct 2013 13:48:08 +0000 Associated Press 42123 at http://kbia.org Most Mo. transfer students remain after shake-up Mo. board recommends $6.8M for Normandy schools http://kbia.org/post/mo-board-recommends-68m-normandy-schools-0 <p>Missouri education officials are seeking an additional $6.8 million to help an unaccredited school district in the St. Louis area.</p><p>The State Board of Education approved the budget request Tuesday for the Normandy district. That's the first step in a process that ultimately requires the support of the governor and Legislature to become a reality.</p><p>Students started transferring out of the Normandy and Riverview Gardens districts this year under a state law that requires unaccredited districts to pay the costs for students who want to attend other public schools.</p> Tue, 17 Sep 2013 20:25:58 +0000 Person: Associated Press 40668 at http://kbia.org Mo. board recommends $6.8M for Normandy schools Unaccredited St. Louis school districts facing $23 million bill for transfers http://kbia.org/post/unaccredited-st-louis-school-districts-facing-23-million-bill-transfers <p></p><p>Two troubled St. Louis-area school districts could pay a combined $23 million to cover tuition and transportation costs for students opting to attend accredited districts.</p><p>The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that nearly 1,700 students in the Normandy and Riverview Gardens districts have applied to transfer. That follows a recent Missouri Supreme Court ruling requiring unaccredited districts to pick up those costs for students who want to attend better schools.</p> Fri, 26 Jul 2013 13:34:24 +0000 Associated Press 37767 at http://kbia.org Unaccredited St. Louis school districts facing $23 million bill for transfers