For far too many children in the United States, there is such a significant academic regression during the summer months ...Sept. 10
Mississippi Community College Board Executive Director Eric Clark announced Friday that he will retire at the end of June 2015.
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Five more Mississippi school districts are joining a lawsuit against the state over shortfalls in education funding.
Enrollment rose slightly for the fall semester at Mississippi's eight public universities, but fell for the fourth straight year at the state's 15 community colleges.
If you're looking for ways to ensure that your kids and mentees don't fall backward next summer, start planning and thinking about "soft skills" training now. Better yet, become an ...
During the summer of 2014, we were joined by several young women from Girl Scout Troop 5441 nearly every morning of the summer. They participated in workshops, brainstormed ideas, and ...
Robert Langford, the executive director of Operation Shoestring, and Amber May, the organization's programs director, are in the business of staving off "summer slide."
We all know, or should know, that a lifetime reading habit is key to success, and we're not just talking about texts on a smartphone.
For far too many children in the United States, there is such a significant academic regression during the summer months that studies have shown it is responsible for most of ...
Former Mississippi Gov. Ronnie Musgrove said Monday that about 30 more school districts are considering whether to join an education-funding lawsuit he filed against the state.
An official with Louisiana's Recovery School District is likely to be the first executive director of Mississippi's Charter School Authorizer Board.
As the first high school built for African American children in the city of Jackson, as well as the oldest high school still in operation, Lanier High School was designated ...
Angered by the state's failure to fully fund the state's public schools, several Mississippi districts filed a lawsuit in Hinds County Chancery Court on Aug. 28.
Angered by the state's failure to fully fund the Mississippi Adequate Education Program, 14 Mississippi school districts filed legal claims in Hinds County on Aug. 28.
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