Month: October 2019

AG Opinion on Teachers’ Rights

Teachers can and should be involved in political activities! Mississippi’s Attorney General has issued a number of opinions stating that “school employees may voluntarily participate in political activities as long as their participation in such activities is limited to the hours when they are not involved in their work-related duties.” Specifically, educators may:• volunteer to …

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Reduction in State Testing Proposed, Reading Help for 3rd Graders Offered

The Mississippi Board of Education has proposed eliminating the state U.S. History exam currently required of Mississippi high school students. Read more here. The public is asked to offer comments to assist the Board in making its final decision. Comments on the proposal are due no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, …

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