Month: November 2011

PERS Study Commission Meeting Summaries

Kelly Riley, Executive Director of the Mississippi Association of Professional Educators, provided the following summaries of the recent meetings of the PERS Study Commission: November 16, 2011 Meeting of PERS Study Commission  ·       The Management Subcommittee presented four recommendations, the first of which recommended that the Legislature consider revising the composition of the PERS Board of …

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The Mississippi Child Care Quality Step System

The Mississippi Child Care Quality Step System is designed to provide incentives to improve the quality of existing early childhood education and after-school programs and provide Mississippi children the skills necessary for success in school. This system allows licensed programs that choose to participate to receive monetary rewards (quality bonuses over and above the current …

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