Published May 11, 2015

Exploring the Paths of Missouri's Special Education

<p> About 40 years ago, the Individuals with Disabilities Acts, or IDEA, radically changed special<a class="dyuiiqsoe" href="#" title="Click to Continue &gt; by MacMin"> education<img src="https://cdncache-a.akamaihd.net/items/it/img/arrow-10x10.png" /></a> throughout the United States. Many of these changes involved including students into the general education classroom buildings, closing many fully state funded schools for the disabled. Missouri, the last state with these schools, still has 34 of them.</p> <div id="__if72ru4sdfsdfrkjahiuyi_once"> &nbsp;</div> <div id="__if72ru4sdfsdfruh7fewui_once"> &nbsp;</div> <div id="__hggasdgjhsagd_once"> &nbsp;</div>
Published March 20, 2015

SHORTAGE IN RICH LAND

Stories from the Missouri Bootheel

Kristofor Husted and Bram Sable-Smith
Published March 16, 2015

Heartland, Missouri

A tale of religion, law, business, and morality that all end in a knot in the middle of a cornfield.

<p> For the past year, KBIA has been working on a story about a place in Northeast Missouri called Heartland. It&rsquo;s a story with threads of religion, law, business, and morality that all end in a knot in the middle of a cornfield.</p>