A Christmas Wish Part 4: Learning language No. 5
English is Uwizeyimana Judith’s fifth language. And she’s been working with ABLE — the Adult Basic Literacy Education program — to learn how to read better in her newest tongue.
Private sessions fit the student's schedule
With so much debate about education these days, it may be hard to believe some adults still don’t know how to read. That’s where ABLE comes in.
Lincoln University will offer a new master of science degree in Integrated Agricultural Systems starting next summer.
Lincoln University Curators this week approved a new, one-year contract with Royall and Company of Richmond, Virginia for marketing and undergraduate recruitment services.
Curators cite number of successes achieved in Rome’s tenure
Lincoln University Curators like the job Kevin Rome is doing.
Lincoln University curators approved a new scholarship program Thursday aimed at students who attend private high schools such as Helias Catholic, Calvary Lutheran or Lighthouse Academy — or are home-schooled.
Night of fire and valor
Dec. 10, 2013 — just 53 weeks and two days ago — turned out to be a very extraordinary day in the lives of three Jefferson City employees.
Department receives 'good' rating in report
Although he questioned some of the Missouri Agriculture department’s operations for the last two business years, state Auditor Tom Schweich on Wednesday gave the department a “good” rating — which, in the auditor’s scales, indicates “this entity is well managed.”
Schweich gives ag dept. overall 'good' rating
State Auditor Tom Schweich this morning questioned why Missouri’s Agriculture department gave larger raises to 10 employees over the two years than most state employees received during the same time.
Khiry Devon Summers won a small victory at the state appeals court Tuesday morning, when a three-judge panel ordered Cole County Presiding Circuit Judge Pat Joyce to re-sentence Summers on his armed criminal action conviction.