Genesis Promise Academy Charter School Celebrates Multiple Accomplishments

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It has been a great few weeks of accomplishments for the students and staff of Genesis Promise Academy in Kansas City.  The school recently celebrated the opening of their new library and their Executive Director has been recognized for her service to students in the Kansas City community. On Thursday, December 8, the Genesis School unveiled its new […]

MCPSA Statement on Imagine Schools Closures and Probation

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The Missouri Charter Public School Association (MCPSA) recognizes Missouri Baptist University’s diligence in evaluating the Imagine schools they sponsor and holding the schools accountable for their results.  The role of accountability in Missouri’s charter schools lies with the sponsor and this is an important step taken by Missouri Baptist University to enforce their sponsorship role. […]

St. Louis Charter School Teacher Named Peabody ‘Leader in Education’

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Pearl Thompson, a seventh grade math teacher at St. Louis Charter School, was recognized as a Peabody Energy ‘Leader in Education.’  The program recognizes outstanding education professionals who make a difference in the lives of students in the St. Louis community. A committee of education, community and corporate leaders selects award recipients throughout the year.  […]

UMSL Daily Features St. Louis Language Immersion Schools

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From UMSL Daily, November 10,2011 Danielle Coffyn never imagined she could shape young minds while still having the opportunity to use the language she loves. That was until the French major heard about the University of Missouri–St. Louis  College of Education’s post-baccalaureate teaching certification and master’s program. She enrolled in the program and soon was placed as […]

More Welcoming Climate for Charter Schools Should be Part of Reforming KC Schools

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The Star’s November 1 editorial, Move Carefully in reforming KC Schools District, stated that one option for helping students in Kansas City public schools is to create “a more welcoming climate for charter schools.” We agree completely. According to a recent report by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, 9,312 students are currently enrolled […]