Merger Talks Lead Missouri to Halt Search
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The Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education has voted to halt its search for a new commissioner of higher education because Gov. Jay Nixon has proposed merging the higher education agency with the state department that oversees elementary and secondary schools, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.