Month: January 2014

Jan. 31, 2014

Mississippi K-12 teachers rank higher for quality House panel considers shorter school year Columbus school library achieves national certification More school districts pushing ACT prep classes, testing

Leadership Mississippi Opening Session Will Begin at Noon Due to Inclement Weather

Leadership Mississippi’s Opening Session Will Begin at Noon Tomorrow Due to Inclement Weather Due to weather conditions across the state, Leadership Mississippi has pushed back registration for the Opening Session of the Class of 2014 to noon instead of its originally scheduled start time of 9:30 tomorrow.  We wish everyone safe travels!

Jan. 24, 2014

William Winter addresses education, reconciliation in Mississippi Mississippi Board of Ed approves $2 million in pre-school grants Northside Elementary students partner to promote special ed Education forces rally at Capitol Lee County program offers job training for special ed students

Jan. 17, 2014

Lee County special ed teacher gets national boost Superintendents say lack of funding harming schools New high school program gives students leg up on tech careers

Jan. 10, 2014

Mississippi ranks last in Education Week survey Mississippi leaders emphasize technical skills, education at MEC Capital Day New Mississippi Education Superintendent believes in Common Core

Mississippi Scholars Announces Tech Master Program to Focus on Career Technology Education (CTE)

The Mississippi Economic Council (MEC), along with an influential group of leaders from some of the state’s largest employers, have joined forces to create a program that will help Mississippi move forward to improve its workforce readiness. The Mississippi Scholars Tech Master program will encourage and recognize students to pursue and meet specific standards in …

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