And Why We Need Full Statewide Funding of Literacy Efforts All Mississippians have a real stake in the fight to provide sufficient funding to fully implement the goal of the…

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Twenty-five community leaders, educators, policy makers, and education advocates joined together with staff from Yale University’s Comer Development Center in an effort to introduce the Comer Development Model to education stakeholders in the state and consider how the model might support the goal of creating a quality, first-rate education that addresses the needs of all students in Mississippi’s public schools regardless of circumstance. Participants included staff from the Mississippi Department of Education, Jackson State University, the Mississippi Association of Educators, the Mississippi Center for Justice, Operation Shoestring, and community organizing organizations working on educational policy issues across the state. Southern Echo, Inc. hosted the workshop.

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November 18, 2013, Jackson, MS – Southern Echo’s Senior Organizer Mike Sayer will be part of a 5-member MS state team invited by MS Interim State Supt. of Education Lynn…

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November 18, 2013, Jackson, MS – New data released by the MS Department of Education shows that approximately 44% of 3rd grade students may face retention under the new 3rd…

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