The Missouri Board of Education recently raised the academic standing of the Normandy Schools Collaborative from "unaccredited" to “provisionally accredited." But with annual test scores and the high school graduation rate still fall below state averages, many parents, including a few PIN sources, are wary of whether the district has improved as much as it appears to have on paper.
In the final days before winter break, teachers and students wrapped up the fall semester. But before dashing home to celebrate the holidays many students presented their favorite teachers with tokens of appreciation. PIN sources joined others in the r...
PIN sources share their observations, views and concerns about protests that have followed the acquittal of a police officer of a first-degree murder change in the shooting death of a suspected drug dealer.
A pair of PIN sources are among nearly 700,000 young immigrants who have temporary protection from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. They share their stories with St. Louis Public Radio.
fter the storm hit on Sept. 20, a group of St. Louis-area residents with ties to the island made a plan to collect donations and send them to Puerto Rico. PIN source Angel Recci, president of the Puerto Rican Society of St. Louis, said his whole family...
Many white residents of the St. Louis area don’t understand why demonstrators are pinning their protests to the not-guilty verdict for Jason Stockley, a white, former St. Louis police officer who shot and killed Anthony Lamar Smith, a black man. Several PIN sources shared their insight to help inform this report.
St. Charles County’s population skyrocketed from 90,000 in 1970 to almost 400,000 today — a pace unmatched anywhere else in the state. It also has the second-largest bloc of GOP voters in the state and attracts lots of businesses. PIN sources shared their insight life is like in St. Charles County.
Missouri state Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal has faced a bipartisan call for her removal from office after the University City Democrat posted on Facebook that she wished for President Donald Trump’s assassination. But many of the residents in her district who responded to a Public Insight Network query said that while they don’t support what the senator wrote, they don’t want her removed from office.