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Will the MS legislature let the clock run on out special needs students?

The Education Scholarship Account program will expire on June 30, 2020 without legislative action to extend it. Currently, ESA students come from 86 school districts...

House Education Chairman Bennett likely to kill bills adverse to homeschool families

Three bills filed in the Mississippi House raised concerns among homeschool families this week, but according to State Rep. Dan Eubanks (R-HD 25) there...

State Rep. Anderson seeks “meaningful sex education” in Mississippi schools

State Rep. Jeramey Anderson is filing a bill that brings “meaningful sex education to Mississippi’s schools.” The Democrat’s bill, not yet assigned a House Bill...

Bill of the Day: Add more days for D and F schools

Already think the school year is too long? Well, this bill would require that schools who have received a D or F accountability grade...

Trump’s play for black voters has major implications in Mississippi

For the last half century, Democrats nationally have featured a coalition of working class voters, union members, and racial and ethnic minorities.  Democrats seek...

Mississippi Students Increase Advanced Placement Participation and Performance

Close to 23% of Mississippi public students in the graduating class of 2019 took an Advanced Placement (AP) exam during high school, according to...

Senate passes Teacher Pay Raise Bill

Wednesday morning the Senate unanimously passed the Teacher Pay Raise bill, SB 2001, authored by Chairman of the Committee Sen. Dennis DeBar (R-SD 43)....

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...

EMPOWER: National School Choice Celebration a Success!

Today, over 1,000 students, teachers, school leaders, parents, elected officials, and friends gathered on the steps of the Mississippi State Capitol for Mississippi School...

CORDER – Reeves maps out his vision for teacher pay, NBCTs

During the 2019 campaign, Reeves outlined seven goals to raise teacher pay.  State mainstream media and public education advocates largely ignored the Reeves plan.  The...

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