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NED Show Visits North Bay Elementary to Inspire Students

NED is a fictional character whose name stands for three important life lessons: to never give up, encourage others, and to do your best.

MS Ranks Among Top in Nation in Early Education Enrollment

In a ranking released by Education Week's Quality Counts, Mississippi again ranks last in the nation in school performance, but the state ranks near the top in a new measure.

More than 500 MS & LA Students Expected to Answer Rocket Rescue Challenge at INFINTY on Saturday

This Saturday, INFINITY expects an estimated 500 middle school students to attend “Rockets to the Rescue,” a N.A.S.A./Stennis Space Center Education Department aerospace engineering challenge.

Public School Students Celebrate Final School Day of 2014

Friday was the last day of school for public school students in the year 2014.

Gulfport High Students Get to be Teachers for a Day

Thirty Gulfport High School juniors and seniors are getting the chance to see if they want to be teachers through a co-op program called the Teacher Academy.

Students Visit Infinity Science Center & Speak to Astronaut

All systems were go Thursday morning for a group of students at Infinity Science Center to watch N.A.S.A. launch the Orion space capsule.

Pascagoula Students Get Christmas Shopping Spree

Thanksgiving is here, and one Jackson County business is expressing their appreciation by funding a Christmas shopping spree for some Pascagoula students.

Mississippi Officials Push for Early Childhood Education

Friday, experts from the Mississippi State Medical Center and Mississippi Kids Count organization held a luncheon at the IP Casino in Biloxi to discuss the importance of early childhood education.

Students Attend Pathways to Possibilities for Career Planning

Wednesday, over 3,000 8th graders from across the region packed into the Mississippi Coast Convention Center for some hands on experience with local employers.

Mississippi Moves to Boost Literacy in Grade School

Forty six percent of Mississippi 3rd graders cannot read on the 4th grade level.

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DMR urges boaters to take care around Katrina Key

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Gulfport Police investigating overnight shooting

Gulfport Police are investigating a shooting overnight that left two people in critical condition. Gulfport Police information officer Jason Ducre said officers were informed about...