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 [...]
MSTA staff attorneys Kyle Farmer and Scott Smith address changes to student teaching and special education during COVID-19 closures. Transcript […]
Dr. Deana Layton talked with Dr. Sharon Sevier with the Missouri School Counselors Association about reducing stress during times of uncertainty. FREE Online Course: Stress Reduction, Mindfulness, Self-Care and more Register: www.123wellness.org In response to [...]
MSTA member Nicole Nowlin shares tips for using alternative methods of instruction while schools are closed.
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 [...]
Updated: April 2, 2020 Lay of the Land Pre COVID-19 Generally speaking, federal law does not require employers to provide it’s employees with paid sick and vacation days. For qualifying individuals, we do have up [...]