Mississippi Public Broadcasting is promoting early education readiness by participating in Jumpstart’s premiere national campaign, Read for the Record®.
Join MPB for fun and engaging presentations centered on demonstrating the importance of early childhood appropriate practices within your classroom.
On Saturday, October 3rd, from 10 am to 5 pm, MPB is joining stations from across the country, to raise awareness about the incredible work being done by community leaders, educators and youth, to keep kids in school.
Keynote speakers will share the importance of parental involvement. Parents can also enjoy: hands on literacy activities for parents; door prizes; vendors with helpful resource materials; and a panel/audience discussion.
Join MPB for the Summer Learning Family Fun Day on June 20th on the Jackson Convention Center! Featuring: PBS KIDS® character presentations along with special performances, hands on learning stations, vendors, give-a-ways and many other attractions.
2014 Miss Mississippi Jasmine Murray visited Gentry High School in April as the last stop of her American Graduate Tour with Mississippi Public Broadcasting.
2014 Miss Mississippi Jasmine Murray visited Water Valley on Thursday, April 9th, for the American Graduate Tour with Mississippi Public Broadcasting.
2014 Miss Mississippi Jasmine Murray visited Lanier High School in Jackson on Wednesday, April 8 at 2:15 p.m. for the American Graduate Tour with Mississippi Public Broadcasting.
MPB along with Parents for Public Schools in Jackson, Smith Robertson Museum & Cultural Center and the National Black Programming Consortium will be hosting a screening of 180 Days: Hartsville.
It's time to begin our Can I Kick It Crew Monthly Leadership and Workforce Development Meetings. The meetings will put an emphasis on personal development and communication skills.
The Mississippi Public Broadcasting Education Department participated in the Metro Jackson College Career Fair promoting American Graduate!