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Since the coronavirus pandemic began, doctors, nurses and essential workers within the health care system have put their own lives at risk to care for others. Our collective gratitude goes out to each of them, and to all essential workers on the front lines of this global crisis.

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Two minutes into our interview, I counted five yawns as the young teacher from southwest Missouri caught herself and apologetically assured me that my questions weren’t dull. “I just feel like I am working all the time,” she added. “I don’t know how I am going to keep doing this the rest of …

The St. Louis Public School District will partner with the St. Louis Community Empowerment Foundation to present the 2012 St. Louis Public Schools Back to School & Community Empowerment Festival on Saturday, August 4, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. inside and outside of St. Louis University’s …

Former Normandy School District Superintendent of Schools Dr. Raymond Armstrong (1997-2004) and Board of Education President Joyce McRath, cheerfully remove ribbon unveiling a plaque on Normandy High School’s new electronic marquee. The marquee is dedicated in appreciation of Dr. Armstrong’s…

African-American children can learn and achieve at a rate that is comparable to or exceeds that of any other group of people. Yet, there is a prevailing sentiment in society that advances the idea of an achievement gap for African-American children in comparison to white and Asian-American c…

Westminster Christian Academy affirms that it is God’s intent for the world to be a diverse place (Gen. 9:18-19). Westminster also believes that it is God’s intent for His Church, in the name of Christ, to include persons “from every nation, tribe, people and language” (Rev. 7:9).  As such, …