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From the press release: FREE BOYS AND GIRLS LAW CAMP: Please apply!!! The Magnolia Bar Foundation’s Boys and Girls Law Camp is a no-cost, overnight camp for boys and girls, ages 13 to 15. The purpose of the camp is to expose young students, from traditionally disadvantaged backgrounds,to programs and activities relating to the field of law, as well as personal and social enrichment activities. The camp will be held at Jackson State University, June 4-7, 2015. Applications must be returned no later than Wednesday, April 15, 2015. The applications may be mailed to the Magnolia Bar Foundation, P. O. Box 2792, Jackson, MS 39207, or sent electronically to email@example.com. All applicants will be notified of a decision no later than May 1, 2015. Businesses or individuals interested in partnering with the Foundation through law camp sponsorship should contact the Magnolia Bar Foundation.
Raftelis Financial Consultants' review of the Siemens performance guarantee.
The city of Jackson's $91 million energy performance contract with Siemens.
The Children's Defense Fund researched zero tolerance school policies in Mississippi and compiled its findings.
The National School Board Association looks at the effects of out-of-school suspension and recommends that school boards help eliminate suspension in its schools.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed suit against the City of Meridian for its involvement in a school-to-prison pipeline.
The American Civil Liberties Union examines the school-to-prison pipeline.
"Testing, Crime and Punishment" looks at the correlation between suspension and high-stakes testing.
UCLA's Civil Rights Project released a February 2015 report showing school suspension disparity across the country.
"An Integrated Plan for Sustainable Infrastructure Improvements and Regulatory Compliance."
Researchers from the Montgomery, Ala.-based Equal Justice Initiative spent four years throughout Deep South states where lynching was most prevalent—Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia —combing through local newspapers, historical archives and court records. EJI also interviewed local historians, survivors, and the families of victims.
From the press release: TO: Amy Walker FAX: 601-576-4445 Space is limited. Attendees will be chosen on a first come, first serve basis. One registration form per attendee. Please return a completed form by January 29, 2015 to the above fax number to Amy Walker, MS Attorney General’s Office, Bureau of Victim Assistance. After submitting a Registration Form, we request that you contact Amy Walker 1-800-829-6766 should you be unable to attend. You should receive a confirmation that you have been enrolled in the training.
Mississippi will use performance-based budgeting starting this year.