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Southern Echo Releases New Analysis for 2018 Legislative Session

 

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The 2018 MS Legislative Session has begun and we are confronted with the remnants of last year’s session. Specifically, we are moving into 2018 with the uneasy feeling that MAEP has remained on the table along with: alternative …

NM Walkouts: Young People of Color Fight Corporate Testing Webinar

SxS REGISTER HERE to join Albuquerque youth organizers Janelle Astorga Ramos (SouthWest Organizing Project) and Maya Quiñones for a conversation about the recent student walk-outs in New Mexico to protest the implementation of the PARCC standardized test in public schools there, …

More Data on Extent of 3rd Graders Reading below Grade Level in All Districts

Comer Workshop October 13, 2014 – Southern Echo has put together in spreadsheets some more available data on the reading literacy dilemma confronting all of Mississippi’s public school districts.

Echo has also revised it’s spreadsheet on “A” ranked districts because it did …

Reading Literacy: A Fundamental Right Too Long Denied in Mississippi

Comer Workshop Southern Echo releases a new Brown Paper on the 2013 Mississippi Literacy-Based Promotion Act. The paper contains both a brief historical analysis of where we have been, where we are, and where we need to go, and a detailed provision-by-provision …

Joint Statement from Southern Echo, Inc. and NOBEL Women on Voter Education and Empowerment

by: State Rep. Laura Hall (AL), NOBEL Women National President and Leroy Johnson, Executive Director, Southern Echo, Inc.

Dear Friends,

The cornerstone of our Nation’s democracy is under attack. In States throughout this country countless Americans are being denied their …