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
Tuesday was a great day for our children, our teachers, and our public schools. Election 2019 is shaping up to be a good one for
Are you sick and tired of the attacks on public schools? VERY SOON, we’ll have an opportunity to begin turning all that around. First step? Check
How much is the Mississippi Legislature willing to invest in your child’s education? See how much MAEP funding your district will receive next year, how
Tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. is the deadline to submit your feedback on the most recent changes proposed for the Mississippi Statewide Accountability System. See the public
Statewide elected officials have distributed yet another hit piece on public education. Today’s missive from the State Auditor misrepresents facts in an apparent attempt to
More changes have been proposed for the Statewide Accountability System, and the public is asked to provide feedback. The deadline to submit comments is 5:00 p.m.
The House started the morning with two procedural votes on the SB 3049 conference report; both failed (good outcome), but the second vote ended in