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MDE solicits school districts in week of data disaster for an accurate count of...

Last night, after news of a $12-14 million misrepresentation to the state legislature over the proper amount to appropriate for Mississippi teachers' pay raise,...

Judge rules in favor of legislative candidate over residency challenges during active duty military...

Over the last two months, Democrat state Rep. Sonya Williams-Barnes has pursued multiple unsuccessful challenges on the residency status of her fellow Democrat opponent...

Lack of data controls at MDE result in $12+ million error threatening teacher pay...

Lack of data control between Mississippi's 140+ school districts and the Mississippi Department of Education to effectively document the number of teachers eligible for...

Waller hosts Town Hall in Clinton on education – focuses on more frequent teacher...

Bill Waller Jr., a candidate in the Governor's race, hosted a Town Hall meeting in Clinton on Tuesday night. The meeting specifically focused on...

Unplanned, making waves across the U.S. in mission to end abortion

This year Mississippi joined just a few other states, when Legislature moved to make abortions illegal once a heartbeat is detected. The "Heartbeat bill," passed...

Tate Reeves campaign makes first ad buy of the 2019 election cycle

Lt. Governor Tate Reeves has made his first ad buy in his campaign for Governor in 2019. Ad buy for @TeamTateReeves for #mselex #msgov https://t.co/nGLFH6Wfap —...

MAE survey shows nearly 2/3rds of teachers would sick-out – over 30% would strike

The Mississippi Association of Educators has released the findings of their member survey of what political action teachers would be willing to take following...

David Blount on ESAs: “Keep the main thing the main thing”

Democratic State Senator David Blount spoke with Y'all Politics recently about his take on the ESA program, how it was funded in the 2019...

Gov. Bryant signs first-in-the-nation foster care reform

Gov. Phil Bryant has signed legislation that creates a first-in-the-nation tax credit for targeted investments in Mississippi’s foster care system. Sponsored by Rep. Mark Baker...

Agriculture Commissioner Gipson Launches County Correspondents Program to Strengthen Statewide Communication across Counties

Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson announced the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce (MDAC) is launching a new program, the County Correspondents...

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