The project, which will partner with up to 26 rural school districts throughout Missouri, will be fully implemented by fall 2023 and will connect to the schools’ Wi-Fi servers to monitor online activity for threatening language or images.
Preparing Adults for Work and Society (PAWS) is a residential program for post-secondary students with intellectual and developmental disabilities that will promote job skills, independent living skills and social skills.
A new study has found older adults who feel positively about aging have a healthier sex life.
The opportunity to play in a postseason game may serve as a potential motivator for student athletes to remain academically eligible rather than a hindrance to academic success.
Mizzou Academy will redevelop existing training courses and create new on-demand video-based courses.
Chris Riley-Tillman has been named Dean of the MU College of Education & Human Development.
The College of Education & Human Development is pleased to welcome 15 new faculty members this fall.
A new study highlights the damaging social and emotional toll caused by “relational aggression,” which is the most common form of bullying.
The elementary math specialist program recently received funding which will fund 100 Missouri elementary school teachers to complete the program.
“If you have an effective principal, student academic successes go up,” notes Dr. Jerry Valentine.