Mississippi’s participation rate in a federally funded after-school supper program is one of the lowest in the nation.
More students than ever before took college-level exams last year, but percentage passing still trails other states
Mississippi’s poll numbers closely followed the average for all Southern states, with 74 percent of voters recognizing a difference in
The most remarkable, impacting leadership most always comes from those in the rising generation who possess the focus, courage and
For Vickie Bailey, it’s all about helping the city’s young people.
What the biology major discovered is perhaps a new species of tarantula, one whose hairy legs and body are speckled
Most sought-after public universities often don’t reflect their state populations, with the University of Mississippi topping the list.
Focus on attendance, instructional time, led to improvement
Experts say lack of oversight can lead to poor outcomes for students
Oxford High School student Jack Ligon followed a strict ACT test-taking routine, which included water, sharpened pencils—and a t-shirt of