Month: June 2013

State Revenue Surplus Should Go to MAEP

According to the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, Mississippi’s revenue is coming in well above what the Legislature projected. In fact, House Appropriations Chairman Herb Frierson thinks the state’s cash balance at the end of this fiscal year could be as much as $300-million – enough to fully fund the Mississippi Adequate Education Program (MAEP) for the coming school year. …

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Tennessee Charter School Law Eliminates Profit Motive

For-profit entities are not allowed to operate or manage charter schools in Tennessee. According to the Tennessee Department of Education: Though a few states allow for-profit entities to operate public charter schools, and many states allow non-profit charter school governing bodies to contract with for-profit entities to operate or manage charter schools, Tennessee law prohibits …

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