Dr. Michael A. Fulton has been selected by the Missouri Association of School Administrators as the recipient of the annual Robert L. Pearce Award for 2014. Fulton was selected by a committee of his peers. Seven MASA districts nominated a superintendent for the award.
The Pearce Award includes a $500 cash award to the recipient and a $500 scholarship for a student in the district of the award winner.
Fulton has been . . .
Missouri is fortunate to have four representatives on the AASA Governing Board. These individuals have dual responsibilities. They represent Missouri AASA members on the Governing Board and they report the work of the Governing Board to their colleagues. Through the Governing Board elected representatives, members have a voice in AASA . . .
The Children’s Education Initiative would create a $90 million tax credit program for taxpayers that make contributions to private schools, parochial schools and public school foundations. Under the program, taxpayers would be allowed to claim a tax credit equaling 50% of their donation on their annual income tax returns. The total . . .