Month: October 2021

College Loan Repayment Program for First-year Teachers

First-year teachers in Mississippi are eligible to have a portion of their college loans repaid by the state. The Winter-Reed Loan Repayment Program was passed by the Mississippi Legislature earlier this year as part of an effort to recruit our best and brightest into the teaching profession. Teachers under contract in a school district designated as a …

College Loan Repayment Program for First-year Teachers Read More »

An Educator, Parent Who Makes a Real Difference

As an educator and a parent, Jennifer Colson knows well what students need to be successful – and she’s made it her mission to see that they get it. Understanding that knowledge is power, Jennifer does her research, taking advantage of The Parents’ Campaign’s resources to stay up-to-date on proposed legislation and policy that affect …

An Educator, Parent Who Makes a Real Difference Read More »

On November Ballot: 4 Legislative Seats Plus School Board Members

Next month, voters will replace retiring legislators in three Mississippi House and Senate districts and elect school board members in 13 school districts.  We need your help to spread the word about where the candidates stand on important public education issues! Special Election – Legislative Seats We sent special election candidates for the Legislature our Candidate …

On November Ballot: 4 Legislative Seats Plus School Board Members Read More »

Speaker Gunn's proposed income tax elimination jeopardizes teacher pay raises and school funding far into the future.

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.