School Choice: What happens when the choices end

When the parents of the founding scholars chose to send their 5th graders to ReImagine Prep nearly four years ago, they were putting a...

New TV ad vouches Hyde-Smith’s support of POTUS #mssen

U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith's campaign on Wednesday released a new TV commercial showing that she has backed President Trump's agenda 100 percent. "Since being appointed by...

PEER Report highlights parental satisfaction, oversight needs for ESA program

The Legislative PEER committee has concluded its biennial review of the Education Scholarship Account and has released the findings. A summary of the report is...

Waitlisted: The Berrys: Hitting Wall After Wall

The Berrys: Hitting Wall After Wall By Joanna Holbert, Empower Mississippi Will and Jodi Berry of Sumrall are not unlike other parents when it comes to...

Innovative legislative tracking service Dragonfly launches in Mississippi

With the 2019 legislative session less than a month away, it's safe to say governmental affairs staffers and consultants across Mississippi are rushing to...

Certified vs. Effective: Improving the Flow of the Teacher Pipeline

Every year it seems Mississippi makes headlines for being on the bottom of the nation’s education rankings. Test scores are low, funding is low,...

New Cindy Hyde-Smith #mssen – ‘Conservative’

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VIDEO: New Group Aims to Protect Fairness and Stability in Mississippi’s Courts

The newly formed Mississippi Civil Justice Alliance (MCJA) will act as a watchdog for fairness and stability in the Mississippi judiciary. The MCJA is...

Mississippi ranks #6 for best charter school laws nationwide

The Magnolia State has ranked sixth in the nation for its laws regarding charter schools, according to the National Alliance of Public Charter Schools. The...

Mississippi high ranked for charter schools–still lessons to be learned

In the last five years since Governor Phil Bryant signed legislation allowing charter schools to move into Mississippi, five schools have opened. Four are...

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