New report finds Mississippi is failing to help young children thrive
One teacher at a time, nonprofit groups try to address the lack of teachers in the Mississippi Delta. After years of inaction, the state finally steps in to help them
When the computers are in charge, students complain ‘ain’t nobody really teaching’
Districts scrambling for staff put uncertified teachers in classrooms
Mississippi one of ten states leading the nation in encouraging well-rounded, ‘healthy schools,’ report finds
Academic, physical, emotional and social well-being are well addressed by Mississippi’s policies, new research finds
Online prekindergarten access and funds for school counselors among bills proposed in Mississippi this year
Lawmakers tackle dozens of topics in this year’s proposed bills
What have Mississippi legislators proposed for education in the first few days of the legislative session?
Teacher qualification exemptions and state funding for school safety already proposed
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Mental health access and a college’s attempt to reckon with slavery and racism are among topics that made headlines this year
More families are receiving home visits, but hundreds of thousands still in need