Superintendents association backs HB 890 legislation

by Stephen McDill

Published: January 31,2013

Tags: Charter schools, dropout rate, early childhood development, education, literacy, Phil Bryant

kidsThe Mississippi Association of School Superintendents has issued the following statement regarding reading and math standards legislation being debated at the State Capitol in Jackson:

“The Mississippi Association of School Superintendents recognizes that Gov. Bryant has a sincere interest in improving the reading and math skills of the students in public education in Mississippi. Through his Education Works program as described in House Bill 890, the Governor has created a focus on the reading and math program of every school in the state and has created standards that will in time improve the dropout rate and graduation rate for our students.”

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