Motivation To Graduation Dropout Prevention Forum

Community leaders and partners met in the MPB Auditorium to address Mississippi's current dropout crisis and discussed solutions to increase the overall graduation rate throughout the state.

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MPB Education Community Champions

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Can I Kick It? 2016 Youth Summer Media Institute

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The Encampment

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The Encampment for Citizenship joins in on MPB's American Graduate Youth Media Summer Institute.

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2015 Can I Kick It: Youth Movement Through Media Summer Institute

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Meet the 2015 Can I Kick It: Youth Movement Through Media Summer Institute, students!

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Southern Remedy: Childhood Obesity

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Today we are going to discuss some of the complex issues dealing with one of the greatest health concerns facing our country, childhood obesity.

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American Graduate Champion: Big Brothers Big Sisters‬

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Find out how this family made a difference by becoming mentors through Big Brothers Big Sisters.

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State Set To Take Over Tunica Schools

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The Mississippi Board of Education is asking Governor Phil Bryant to approve a takeover of the Tunica County School District. Education officials say the district is in violation of 22 state and federal accreditation standards.

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Mississippi Parents May Now Apply For Special Needs Education Vouchers

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Parents of special needs students in Mississippi can now apply for financial assistance for their child's education. The state Department of Education is now taking applications to enroll children in the Special Needs Scholarship Program.

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Mississippi's Changes to Common Core

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Common Core Education Standards have been controversial since their adoption nearly half-a-decade ago. Some states have tried re-branding Common Core by changing the name. Other states, like Mississippi, have dropped the standards altogether. This is part 2 of a three-part series from the Southern Education Desk.

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Southern Remedy: Don't Forget To Brush!

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Your child's oral health can have big effects on not just their smiles, but many other areas of their health.  When do we need to see a dentist?  And what about braces?  Today we'll be taking your calls and tackling your questions.

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SUMMER LEARNING FAMILY FUN DAY 2015

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Check out pictures from the Summer Learning Family Fund Day, that took place on June 20th. 

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Developmental Screening Could Detect Delays in Kids

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One-in-four children under the age of five in Mississippi may have a developmental delay, but experts say more thorough screening could benefit children across the state.

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