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EdBuild First Impressions

school-funding 2On Monday, January 16, 2017, the CEO of EdBuild presented to the Mississippi Legislature its recommendations on how best to dismantle the current funding mechanisms for public education in the state. EdBuild’s full report on the current funding mechanisms and …

Second Meeting with EdBuild on Revamp of MAEP Scheduled!

IMG_0510In an effort to continue the open dialogue with the public regarding the Legislature’s examination of the Mississippi Adequate Education Program (MAEP) formula, Speaker Phillip Gunn and Lt. Governor Tate Reeves announced on Tuesday, November 14th, the second public meeting …

The 2016 Mississippi Legislative Session: Brief Overview of Some of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

IMG_6203A brief overview of education legislation in the 2016 Mississippi Legislative Session is available explaining the good, the bad, and the ugly on public education legislation during the 2016 legislative session. Public education remained under attack in Mississippi and for …

The Empire Strikes Back: Public Schools and Education Remain Under Severe Attack in Mississippi

Informative new documents are available explaining the attacks on public education during the 2016 legislative session. Public education remains under attack in Mississippi and for the first time in the history of the state there exists a super conservative majority. …

Southern Echo Releases 2 New Maps: 2016 House and Senate Districts with 2010 Black Voting Age Percentage

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Southern Echo releases 2 Color-Coded MAPS of Mississippi’s House of Representatives and Senate Districts that illustrate:
  • Black Voting Age Percentages for the 122 House Districts based on 2010 Census;