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MSTA Action – April 3, 2020

DESE discusses potential economic impact of COVID-19 On March 27, Deputy Commissioner, Finance and Administrative Services Roger Dorson sent a memo to school districts regarding attendance reporting, calendar and PDC spending.  One section of the memo spoke to possible repercussions for school districts due to the economic impact of COVID-19.    The memo stated, “At this time there have been no announcements [...]

MSTA Action – March 20, 2020

Missouri House has limited session this week, passing supplemental budget The House Budget Committee met on Sunday afternoon to work late into the night on the fiscal year 2021 state budget, with plans to pass next year’s budget on the House floor this week.  Those plans were changed by legislative leaders early in the week and the full House worked on the current year supplemental budget [...]

MSTA Action – March 6, 2020

Download the pdf. Suicide prevention and awareness bills advance in both chambers Bills in both the House and Senate are moving through the process that would bring more attention and support to students and education professionals regarding suicide prevention and awareness.    The House Elementary and Secondary Education Committee combined HB1820 (Kelley) & HB1470 (Appelbaum) [...]

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