A group of Missouri educators is spending a few days in Washington, D.C. to meet with colleagues from throughout the country and to talk to members of Missouri’s Congressional delegation. The trip to the Nation’s Capital is an annual event put together by the Missouri School Boards Association. MSBA General Counsel & Associate Executive Director Melissa Randol says the group will meet, today, with fellow educators to learn more about implementation of No Child Left Behind, IDEA – the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, and more. Tomorrow, the Missourians will be on their own, meeting with Senators Bond and Talent and several members of the House from Missouri.
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