Vicksburg-Warren Public School District

-$ 0
Underfunded for 2019-2020
-$ 0
total underfunded since 2008

Vicksburg-Warren Public School District’s state funding for the 2019-2020 school year is $3,479,136 below the amount required by state law. Statewide, the Mississippi Adequate Education Program (MAEP), which funds teachers and classrooms, is underfunded by $224,848,038.

This is the 12th consecutive year that Mississippi has underfunded its public schools. Since 2008, the last time the MAEP was fully funded, students in the Vicksburg-Warren Public School District have been shorted a total of $41,297,242. During this same period, Mississippi has raised its academic standards significantly, yet public schools have been denied the resources needed to meet those standards.

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Legislators Representing Vicksburg-Warren Public School District

Representatives

Rep. Kevin Ford

HOUSE DISTRICT 54

HOME:
206 Willow Way
Vicksburg, MS  39183
601.218.8185 (C)

CAPITOL:

Jackson, MS
601.359.3770  

Rep. Oscar Denton

HOUSE DISTRICT 55

HOME:
5024 Rollingwood E. Drive
Vicksburg, MS 39180
601.638.4007 (H)

CAPITOL:
Room 400-F
Jackson, MS
601.359.3770

Rep. Stephanie Foster

HOUSE DISTRICT 63

HOME:
120 Western Hills Dr
Jackson, MS  39212
601.842.7742 (C)

CAPITOL:

Jackson, MS
601.359.3770

Rep. Jeffery Harness

HOUSE DISTRICT 85

HOME:
P.O. Box 758
Fayette, MS 39069
601.702.1947 (H)
601.146.6769 (W)
601.702.1997 (C)

CAPITOL:
Jackson, MS
601.359.3770 

Senators

Sen. W. Briggs Hopson III

SENATE DISTRICT 23

HOME:
1201 Cherry Street
Vicksburg, MS 39183

CAPITOL:
Room 214-B
Jackson, MS
601.359.3250

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Nationally, Mississippi ranks 25th in the rigor of our academic standards (Education Next, report published May 2018) and 47th in per pupil school spending (U.S. Census, Public Education Finances: FY 2017, published April 2019).