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Mississippi Students Selected as Candidates for U.S. Presidential Scholars

The 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program selected 76 Mississippi students as candidates for the national award. Students that have been selected as candidates have an...

UPDATE: House Appropriations Committee passed teacher pay raise deficit bill

UPDATE 1/17: The Mississippi Senate passed the teacher pay raise deficit bill on Friday. This bill will make up for the $18.4 in lack of...

Smilow Collegiate Charter School ribbon cutting celebrates choice

Mississippi's fifth charter school--and its first kindergarten and first-grade charter school-- celebrated its inaugural year with a ribbon cutting this past Friday. When you first...

Op-Ed: Kids with autism will suffer without ESA or adequate options for therapy

Sitting on a desk in Rankin County is the one hope a mother had for one of her twin daughters. It’s an Education Scholarship...

Let your nays be nays – Baria and other Democrats try to unwind their...

Rep. David Baria has been steadily keeping a high profile during this legislative session.  He’s attempted to be particularly busy in the lottery bill,...

Could Jim Barksdale be the next Chancellor of Ole Miss?

Jim Barksdale has applied to be the next chancellor of the University of Mississippi. According to the Daily Mississippian and three other sources, Barksdale quietly...

Mississippi recognized as One of Top States for High-Quality Pre-K

The National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) recognized Mississippi in its latest report on pre-K quality as one of only four states whose...

Report: Mississippi Top Five Most Improved State for Chance-for-Success

For the second time in two years, Mississippi earned recognition as one of five most improved states in the latest Quality Counts report that...

MDE partners with The Skills Foundation of Mississippi to promote high-demand skills training

The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) today announced a public-private partnership with The Skills Foundation of Mississippi to encourage Mississippi students to seek high-demand...

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...

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