Metro Jackson College Career Fair

The MPB participated in the Metro Jackson College Career Fair promoting American Graduate!

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Youth Movement Through Media

Students gather at MPB in the summer to learn the ins and outs of crafting their own documentaries and short films.

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#MPBAmGrad Blog

Graduation matters! Check out our American Graduate blog for the latest news from MPB.

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Latest Updates

A Teen Mom's Story

Posted by Amber White

A teen mom tells her own story about dealing with teen pregnancy.

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Staying Informed

Posted by Amber White

Alternate ways for teens to get reliable information.

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Life After Dropping Out

Posted by Amber White

A glimpse at the typical life of a teen parent after dropping out of high school.

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How Teen Pregnancy Affects Mississippi

Posted by Amber White

How teen pregnancy affects our state is explored.

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Yours, Not Mine

Posted by Amber White

A high school teen is determined not to become another statistic.

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More Content From MPB

Dyson: Black Women Deserve More Respect

Posted by Sandra Knispel

Michael Eric Dyson, an African-American scholar, author, and pundit, says black women need to be treated with more respect.

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Board of Education Closes Loophole For Student Teachers Who Had Inappropriate Relationships

Posted by Paul Boger

Student teachers in Mississippi will now be held accountable by the Department of Education if they are found to have had an inappropriate relationship while teaching in the classroom. 

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Mardi Gras Reception with Mississippi First

Posted by MPB Staff

Mississippi Public Broadcasting, MPB Foundation and partner Mississippi First hosted a Mardi Gras-themed reception at MPB on February 17 to celebrate a host of collaborations around the state that focus on early childhood education.

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Springboard to Opportunities Parent Academy

Posted by MPB Staff

Mississippi Public Broadcasting (MPB), in partnership with Springboard to Opportunities, is hosting a 7-week parent academy on January 20-March 1, 2015, for parents of children ages 2-8.  The target audience consists of fifteen families from two neighboring apartment complexes in Jackson (Lincoln Garden and Commonwealth Village).

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Dan Mullen discusses why it's important to stay in school

Posted by Jason Klein

Mississippi State Head Football Coach Dan Mullen discusses why it's important to stay in school.

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