Child care centers relied on the early education agency the state is now closing with no public plans to replace it
“For too long we have set low expectations,” state senator says
Students get help and lifelong skills with peer mediation
The largest achievement gap in Mississippi exists between black and white students in the state, according to data released earlier this month by the state Department of Education. But…
Vouchers may be ticket out of public schools for kids with disabilities—but is that a good thing?
Citizens worry about process to overhaul school formula has been too secretive
Parents fight for transparency, better schools in struggling Mississippi
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Kids in a deep red state, surprised at the election's outcome, fear what's next
State superintendent Dr. Carey Wright Photo: Imani Khayyam JACKSON — Just two weeks after Halloween, hundreds of 4-year-olds in high-need areas around the state will receive…