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Superintendents launch Advance Mississippi initiative highlight teachers' role to a brighter future.
School safety advocate heads lineup. Educators seek solutions to challenges in education.
Graduation Rates Rise to National Average. Drop-out rate declines to historic low.
Starkville-oktibbeha rolls out new ipads to bridge digital gap between teachers and students.
Mississippi receives $10.6 million preschool grant. 60,000 students expected to benefit.
Will a teacher pay raise happen this year? Key state leaders are signaling support.
School funding rewrite unlikely in 2019. Speaker says legislative support is limited.
Dominant, top-line educational concerns for decades being replaced by other topics.
More retired state employees could serve as legislators. AG ruling opens door for candidates.
Future of education depends on unity, greater investments. Reflections on the condition of America.
Meeting dates for CTE discussions announced. Listening tour will provide opportunities for input.
Opportunities for improvement identified; ACT scores down across mississippi.
America's teachers challenge political complexion with a new wave of candidates.
Student successes hinge on stronger partnerships between parents and teachers.
Software development pathway launched in select schools.
Nine Elementary Schools transition from state Literacy Support.
Teacher shortages lead to accreditation struggles; Districts on probation.
Are public perceptions of teachers changing? New study reveals growing appreciation of educators.
Three Mississippi Schools are being recognized as National Blue Ribbon Schools.
Officials around the globe are pursing solutions to address teacher shortages.
The world is changing at a blinding pace. What will it mean for education?
Overwhelming support of an $8.5 million bond issue in New Albany will lead to school renovations.
Gulfport High School is among connecting students’ career interests with relevant academic courses.
While perspectives vary, proponents agree that the future of public education is exciting.
Bridge closures triggered by insufficient funding are resulting in longer bus rides across Mississippi.
What do superintendents across the nation say are the challenges in education?
Some say the United States has lost ground to other countries due to technological deficiencies.
Take a closer look into how low bars are effecting students in Mississippi state schools.
Three new administrators are joining MHSAA Executive Committee to serve for a four year term.
Teacher pay raises may be on the horizon for Mississippi. State officials are exploring the idea.
The state Department of Education spent $840,000 then scrapped a software project.
A state-sponsored lottery in Mississippi became a sure thing when the House reversed course.
State Board of Education Votes to Adjust Baseline Accountability Scores for Schools with a 12th Grade.
Superintendents Convention takes proactive steps and focuses on security planning.
Dr. Phillip Burchfield to lead MASS. Leaders pledge continued focus on moving education forward.