The Legislature returned to Jackson yesterday and wrapped up their work for the 2020 Legislative Session, including passage of SB 3057, which affects public schools.
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.
Voters in four Mississippi House and Senate districts will go to the polls next Tuesday, Sept. 22, to replace their recently-retired legislators in special elections.
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
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is playing hardball in her scheme to take millions of dollars away from our neediest public school children and give
Late last night, Gov. Tate Reeves vetoed almost all funding for public education in the K-12 appropriation bill, leaving school districts with no budget –
The Legislature wrapped up its work on general and appropriations bills and has gone home for the time being. They will return as necessary to
The conference report for pre-k through grade 12 appropriations for FY2021 passed both chambers today but was recommitted later in the day for further work by