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Secretary of State’s Office release Campaign Finance Late-Filer List

In accordance with Mississippi Code Section 23-15-817, the Secretary of State’s Office is required to publish a list of all candidates for Statewide or...

MDE Updating Teacher Pay Raise Total

The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) is working with every school district in the state to verify the total number of MAEP-funded teachers and teacher...

Teachers talk strike, protests despite pay raise

The legislative session ended with teachers receiving a pay raise of $1,500--a move that the Mississippi Association of Educators calls "pandering" and "insulting." Now another...

Empower Mississippi: The ESA program is working. Why is it so small?

Just before the end of the 2019 legislative session, the state legislature acted on its 2015 promise to offer Education Scholarship Accounts (ESA) to...

HABEEB – Conservatives “don’t deserve your civility”? A story about free speech in Oxford

by Lee Habeeb I keep thinking about the first sentence in a recent report I read in The Washington Free Beacon last week: "A majority of...

Rankin County taxpayers have tax hike thrust upon them

Rankin School Board signs off on tax increase for teacher raises The Rankin County School Board has approved a raise for teachers in the district...

Robert Foster to support Tate Reeves

Today on Facebook, 3rd place finisher in the GOP gubernatorial primary, Robert Foster, committed to supporting the Republican nominee, Tate Reeves. https://www.facebook.com/foster4ms/posts/1486911144780121 Saying that he could...

Charter schools on the slow rise in Mississippi

Since 1992, charter schools have been developing around the country in an effort to give parents additional choices for their child’s education. Charter schools...

Mississippi Student Testing Task Force Recommends Ending the U.S. History End-of-Course Assessment

Of the 29 members, the Mississippi Student Testing Task Force voted 9-2 to recommend elimination of the U.S. History end-of-course assessment following a survey...

Auditor’s report concludes outside classroom spending cost Mississippi teachers an $11,000 pay raise over...

A study conducted by the State Auditor's Office has revealed that outside-the-classroom spending has deprived teachers of what could be an $11,000 pay raise. The...

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