Month: February 2014

Feb. 28, 2014

Opinion: No time to stand still on Mississippi education funding Mississippi parents push for special ed vouchers Mississippi Board of Ed approves Common Core courses Fundraiser planned for Lamar County School District employee

Feb. 21, 2014

JPS teacher awarded $25K for work in education Actor Hill Harper talks to Jackson students about importance of education Mississippi House adopts K-12 education budget

Feb. 14, 2014

Black History Month: Ocean Springs honors education pioneer Elizabeth Keys Senate approves special education vouchers Union County selected for pilot education program Petal Middle School students participate in map activity School Board Member Recognition Week is Feb. 16-22  

Feb. 7, 2014

Five superindents focus on education funding Special education students could get vouchers Committee votes to consolidate Greenwood, Leflore districts Corinth’s Price remembered for education role

Leadership Mississippi Class of 2014 Completes First Session in Jackson

Leadership Mississippi Class of 2014 Completes First Session in Jackson The 2014 Class of Leadership Mississippi held its opening session on January 30 – 31 in Jackson at the Hilton Garden Inn, formerly the Historical King Edward Hotel, with politics being the major focus. This year’s class features 52 leaders from across the state who …

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