Archive For January 29, 2020
It’s time state lawmakers got serious about making P-12 public education a priority in the Show-Me State.
Is the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education doing all it can to help students develop important critical thinking skills?
Today, those who are able to attain vision coverage through their job are fortunate. However, healthcare coverage options are generally limited for individuals living in the Show-Me State.
Legislation passed in 2009 paved the way for Missouri K-12 school districts to alter their academic schedules in a big way.
In order to truly develop a good understanding of what it’s like to practice one of the healing arts in Missouri, it’s best to go “straight to the source” by speaking with a professional in that field.
Missouri’s funding levels over the past 5 years have kept it in the middle of the pack nationwide, but per capita it ranks #46.
By shutting their doors a full day each week, Missouri school districts may save some money on transportation and utility bills, but the verdict is still out as to whether the risks outweigh the benefits.
Missourians all across the state need access a licensed physical therapist, and they often need insurance to help pay for that care. Both needs can be challenging.
Demand for physical therapists will continue to grow across Missouri in the coming years. Will we be ready?
Home Health Care in Missouri: Supply, Demand, & Some Surprising Salary Insights