Learning Activities & COVID-19 Updates
We have been awestruck by the resourcefulness of our teachers and administrators as they redesigned the academic year at warp speed, compiling and creating extraordinary tools to keep students engaged, well-nourished, and LEARNING! We figured that there were some slightly overwhelmed parents-moonlighting-as-teachers who could benefit from these amazing resources, educational games, virtual field trips and more – so we’ve organized them for you in this new section of our web site. Explore the links below.
We are doing our part to limit the spread of the coronavirus by working remotely and encouraging social distancing practices among our staff. So, while you won’t find us at our Jackson office, you can reach us by email or phone and can find updates on our web site and on our Facebook and Twitter pages. As we learn of decisions that affect public schools statewide, we will keep you posted. Please also watch for notifications from your local school district concerning school closures, meals for children, expectations and resources for students while schools are closed, etc.
It looks like we will have runoff elections in all four Mississippi House and Senate districts that held special elections last week to replace recently-retired legislators. The
Three state leaders who are among the most influential in the politics of public education will join us for REAL TALK about education’s hottest topics.
Last night, the Mississippi Department of Education issued a revised application for Equity in Distance Learning Act (EDLA) reimbursements in response to school districts’ concerns