Reeves touts education reform

SOUTHAVEN – Mississippi Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves promoted his ideas of educational reform benefitting economic development to the Southaven Rotary Club, meeting Thursday at the Holiday Inn.

Earlier in the day, Reeves was a guest at the home of State Rep. Wanda Jennings, R-Southaven, along with State Treasurer Lynn Fitch and other state dignitaries during a gathering of the DeSoto Area Republican Women.

While the lieutenant governor touched on a number of items he wants the state Legislature to move forward on, educational improvements to get the state’s workforce ready for the jobs of the future is where he spent a majority of his time.

Desoto Times