Month: October 2022

On November Ballot: School Board Members + a Legislative Seat

On November 8, voters will elect school board members in 80 school districts, and voters in House District 37 (Clay, Lowndes, and Oktibbeha counties) will choose a legislator to complete the term of Rep. Lynn Wright, who passed away in June.  We need your help to spread the word about where the candidates stand on …

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School Board Elections: Candidate Q&A

Next month, voters will elect school board members in 80 school districts, 40 of which have contested elections. We need your help to spread the word about where the candidates stand on important public education issues! Candidates in contested races for school board elections were sent our School Board Candidate Q&A questionnaire, asking their positions on …

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Mississippi Constitution: No Public Funds for Private Schools

The Mississippi Constitution is clear: taxpayer dollars may not be appropriated for private schools. The authors of the State Constitution understood that strong public schools are unique in their contribution to the wellbeing of our communities and our state – and that the greatest threat to this vital common good is the siphoning of public funds …

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