Mississippi’s public schools are underfunded yet again. And districts are having to make do with less money. Bigger class sizes and no text books to take home are the types of impacts that underfunding has on schools.
“These are very basic things that are not being provided for our students because the legislature is not meeting what the law requires in terms of funding for public schools,” said Parents’ Campaign Executive Director Nancy Loome…
…The other concern of the Parents Campaign is the big tax cut that was passed. The group says that’s revenue that was desperately needed for K-12 education.