Content Tagged 'education'

North Gulfport Students Show Off Holocaust Project
Students at North Gulfport showed off a big English project Thursday. Eighth grade students created a Holocaust mural as part of their WWII unit. Video Video
Pascagoula River Festival Set for Saturday, April 12th
The City of Pascagoula will host the Pascagoula River Festival on Saturday, April 12th from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at the Scranton Nature Center, located at 3928 Nathan Hale Avenue in IG Levy Park North.
2014 Regular Legislative Session End of Session Summary
The 2014 Regular Session of the Mississippi Legislature was a whirlwind 90-day session that even included one Extraordinary Special Session.
Chevron Hosts S.T.E.M. Activities for Students at Gulf Resort Classic
Also at the golf course Friday, Chevron hosted a S.T.E.M. Zone tent. Video Video
Pass Christian School District Earns Awards for Performance
The Pass Christian School District has done it again. This is the fifth year the district has been recognized for outstanding performance in the classroom. Video Video
Common Core Biggest Disappointment of Legislative Session
With the 2014 Legislative Session coming to a close, representatives are looking back on the failures and successes of the season. Video Video
James Meredith Speaks at M.G.C.C.C. for Black History Month
Black History Month is in full swing as local college students hear from an important figure in Mississippi's past. Video Video
Mississippi Gets an F in Student Achievement
Mississippi gets an F when it comes to student achievement in grades K through 12. That's according to Education Week's ‘Quality Counts Report’, which was released today. Video Video
IP Casino Makes Big Donation to Bacot-McCarty Foundation
For the 5th year in a row, the IP Casino has donated $200,000 to the Bacot-McCarty Foundation to better education programs for the youth in our community. Video Video
That Bachelor's Degree Really Does Pay Off
A new study released this week reveals just how much a four year college degree can pay off. Video Video
Common Core to be Implemented this Fall
Common Core, a new teaching and testing system, has been the debate in Mississippi education. Video Video
More Concern Over Common Core
Today, the Jackson County Republican women celebrated their Founders Day in Moss Point. Video Video
Controversy Over Common Core
Local superintendents are speaking out after the Governor’s response to Common Core. Video Video
Scholarships for Special Needs Students Passes Senate
Parents of special needs students are a step closer to having a choice in their child’s education, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves said Wednesday.
Local School Separates Boys and Girls to Improve Student Performance
Since the first day of school, Gaston Point Elementary has been doing things a bit differently, by separating the 5th grade classes into groups of all girls and all boys. Video Video
Climb Community Development Center Seeks to Help Youth
Nearly one out of five young Americans are not working or going to school. Video Video
Local Pre-K Programs Compete for 3 Million Dollars
The competition for 3 million dollars of state money for pre-school programs is starting to look tough. Video Video
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