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Artwork is displayed on Monday, Oct. 11, 2021, at the Gates family home in Ferguson, Missouri. Shalon Gates said she began homeschooling over a decade ago to give her children custom educational experiences that public school may not provide.
Brian Munoz
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St. Louis Public Radio
The U.S. Census Bureau published findings from a survey that found the rate of Black families swapping traditional learning with homeschooling between the spring and fall of 2020 was five times more than any other racial group in the country.
Jacob Kirn of the St. Louis Business Journal will discuss how the fate of convention center expansion in St. Louis rests on a rec center promised to north St. Louis County.
Friday, October 15 | 8 p.m.

We’re inviting you to our “house” for the Show Show Live event at St. Louis Public Radio!

This event will kick off with a performance by the man in the moon, Tiny Daniel, followed by a solo performance by indie-folk artist Lizzie Weber is a songwriter whose unique sound is filled with intimate, powerful, and evocative stories.