A non-profit organization’s analysis of public school funding in America surprised no one when it noted wide differences among the states in the amount of money schools get.
Hooray for the Mississippi Board of Education in rejecting a recommendation that it eliminate the U.S. History exam from the state tests students are required to take.
Mississippi’s corrections system is currently in a state of emergency with inmate deaths and general chaos constantly being reported.
Marriage is dead? Not in America” read the optimistic headline of a recent op-ed column by two individuals who keep tabs on this vitally important social institution.
Here’s a grim report from The Washington Post website to start the new year: “According to the health-insurance company Cigna, loneliness and social isolation are rampant in the United States today.
Incoming Gov. Tate Reeves has apparently decided to change the direction of several state agencies, including the Mississippi Department of Corrections.
Falling ACT scores for Mississippi high schoolers further illustrate that the increase in graduation rates, so touted by education officials and politicians, is an illusion created by decreased standards rather than an actual improvement in what students are learning.
Friday's Board of Supevisors meeting marked the end of an era for Yazoo County government.
The next county board meeting will mark the first time a Dew hasn't been seated in the District 4 Supervisor chair in nearly 30 years.
State Auditor Shad White, in a report last week, gave the Mississippi Legislature a good way to justify this year’s pay raise for teachers in public schools.
There is a disturbing trend unfolding at Mississippi’s universities: Fewer people are attending them.