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Could Jim Barksdale be the next Chancellor of Ole Miss?

Jim Barksdale has applied to be the next chancellor of the University of Mississippi. According to the Daily Mississippian and three other sources, Barksdale quietly...

Three out of four schools and 70% of districts rated ‘C’ or higher

Nearly three quarters of schools and 70% of districts will be rated C or higher when the Mississippi State Board of Education (SBE) approves...

Mississippi’s ninth charter school approved by board

Mississippi’s charter authorizer board approved the ninth charter school in the state. In an application cycle that began with fourteen proposals, four made it...

MDEQ awards nearly $300K to 12 school districts for new buses

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has awarded $296,992 to 12 school districts to assist in the purchase of new school buses. The grants,...

Former student and YAL file free speech lawsuit against JCJC

A former student has filed a lawsuit against Jones County Junior College for what he said was infringement against his first amendment rights of...

Robert Foster to support Tate Reeves

Today on Facebook, 3rd place finisher in the GOP gubernatorial primary, Robert Foster, committed to supporting the Republican nominee, Tate Reeves. https://www.facebook.com/foster4ms/posts/1486911144780121 Saying that he could...

SALTER: How well does Mississippi’s higher education system compare with surrounding states?  (HED)

By: Sid Salter The Chronicle of Higher Education’s annual “Almanac of Higher Education” edition for 2019-20 is hot off the presses and the information contained...

Student Achievement on Statewide Assessments Reaches All-time High

The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) released today statewide results from the 2018-19 Mississippi Academic Assessment Program (MAAP), which shows student achievement has reached...

Mississippi Student Testing Task Force Recommends Ending the U.S. History End-of-Course Assessment

Of the 29 members, the Mississippi Student Testing Task Force voted 9-2 to recommend elimination of the U.S. History end-of-course assessment following a survey...

At it again – Ole Miss Prof “meant it” when comparing Trump supporters to...

The embattled Ole Miss Sociology professor, James Thomas, that was recently granted tenure has once again stirred the proverbial pot by referring back to...

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