A state refuses to comply with Obama's new rules protecting transgender kids in schools; here's what it felt like to be one of those kids
Jennifer Riley-Collins is the executive director of the ACLU of Mississippi. May 17th marked the 62nd anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, the landmark case that…
Mississippi, usually at the bottom of national lists, gets recognized for academic improvement
The Obama Administration has issued a directive protecting the civil rights of transgender students. Photo: AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File Mississippi may ignore a federal directive to…
If state were adding, not cutting education funding, she’d pour it into early education
At Forest Hill High School, parents, students and teachers are fed up with the fighting. But is the solution already in the district?
Jackson-based after-school program Operation Shoestring is helping lead the charge for an after-school network for program operators in the state
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Q&A with Mississippi Center for Public Policy President Forest Thigpen
Twelve thousand Mississippi students spent nearly 20 minutes unable to take their Mississippi Assessment Program tests Wednesday morning. Minneapolis, Minns-based Questar Assessment Inc., the assessment vendor responsible for distributing Mississippi’s…