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Aug. 15, 2014

MSU, MGCCC strike partnership to bring engineering courses to Coast Jackson, George County schools receive supplies from ‘Stuff the Bus’ drive New Canton superintendent Ike Haynes Jr. is ‘man with a plan’ Cecil Brown: Business community says fully fund MAEP

Aug. 8. 2014

Meena: High-speed Internet will improve education Pascagoula gets school safety grant Mississippi Scholars announces Tech Master Program Head Start deeply rooted in Mississippi Rotary donates $20K to Tupelo school for tornado recovery

Aug. 1, 2014

Commissioner Bounds to receive Winter-Reed Award Mississippi school leaders seek full funding for education Kids Count report ranks Mississippi on bottom again

July 25, 2014

Superintendents honor Sen. Carmichael School meal changes affect fruit, grains, sodium Petition seeks vote on adequate school funding in Mississippi Delta State expands health initiative into Clarksdale

July 18, 2014

Madison County high schoolers getting laptops Delta State faculty supports enrichment program for math teachers Opinion: State’s education fund requires larger share of revenue

June 26, 2014

Dr. Hank Bounds to receive Winter-Reed Partnership Award from MAPE Parent, community involvement key driver of school transformation Pearl River CC ranked among nation’s best community colleges

June 20, 2014

Feds OK 1-year grace period on Mississippi school-rating system Meridian middle-school teacher recognized by Mississippi Power MSU awards inaugural Saunders-Haney scholarship for special ed teachers

June 13, 2014

Businesses can earn up to $1M in tax credits through Mississippi Pre-K Tax Credit program Mississippi native named Chevron co-op student of the year  

June 6, 2014

Gifted Columbus teen tackles a global need Southern Miss hosts ‘Freedom Summer’ journalism workshop for high-school students AT&T invests $52K in Teach for America – Mississippi Entergy Mississippi invests $10K in DeSoto County Career Tech Center All-STAR students honored at 2014 Education Celebration

May 30, 2014

Carey Wright: Mississippi needs greater emphasis on pre-K Literacy coaches go to work in Mississippi’s struggling schools Gautier High School graduates first black valedictorian

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