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  1. RAC on fast track to rebuild Coast schools, casinos.(Focus): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Lynn Lofton, 2005-10-17
  2. Step by step: budding dancers will be on their toes as they learn from ballet's best at Jackson's International Dance School.(CULTURE CENTER) : An article from: Mississippi Magazine by Jana Hoops, 2006-05-01
  3. Southern Hospitality: Identity, Schools, and the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi, 1964-1972 by David M. Callejo-Perez, 2001-06-01
  4. Freedom School, Yes! by Amy Littlesugar, 2001-01-15
  5. Life lessons: the inspiring story of a country school with a special mission.: An article from: Mississippi Magazine by George Tipton Wilson, 2002-09-01
  6. Southern sizzle: foodies flock to gourmet classes at the Viking Cooking School in downtown Greenwood.(Food): An article from: Mississippi Magazine by Mary Leigh Furrh, 2005-03-01
  7. The Cat That Could Spell Mississippi by Laura Hawkins, 1992-10-26
  8. A White Minority in Post-Civil Rights Mississippi by Thomas Adams Upchurch, 2004-11
  9. University of Mississippi 101: My First Text by Brad Epstein, 2005-07-30
  10. The Norumbega Harmony: Historic and Contemporary Hymn Tunes and Anthems from the New England Singing School Tradition (American Made Music Series)
  11. Using a Bilingual Storybook in the Classroom: A Teacher's Guide to Tell Me a Cuento/Cuentame UN Story by Susannah Mississippi Byrd, Joe Hayes, 1999-03
  12. School of construction at Southern Miss adds online classes and a location in Gulfport to meet increasing industry needs.: An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Lynn Lofton, 2006-12-18
  13. CREATE Foundation aims to boost region's GED rates.(Focus Economic Development)(general education diplomas)(regional organization promoting children's ... article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Lynne Jeter, 2006-07-31
  14. Cape-clad teens head out to help hurricane victims.(Schools)(A Eugene school's "superheroes" will search for volunteer opportunities in Mississippi): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)

41. MISSISSIPI GULAG - Report By Ralph F. Boyd, Jr., Assistant Attorney General Subm
US Assistant Attorney general Ralph Boyd s report on the youth training schools in Raymond and Columbia mississippi evokes images of prisonerof-war camps at
A MISSISSIPPI GULAG U.S. Assistant Attorney General Ralph Boyd's report on the youth training schools in Raymond and Columbia Mississippi evokes images of prisoner-of-war camps at their worst, but with this distinction: sadistic POW camp guards don't misrepresent themselves as agents of rehabilitation. In that setting, the rules of the game are clear to all parties: the torturers and the tortured know exactly where they stand. To the reader who thinks I am overstating the case, I ask you to withhold judgement until you have read Boyd's report. Boyd describes a system out of control. He describes acts that even the most credulous observer could not deem rehabilitative, let alone safe. If those same acts were perpetrated against adults, prosecutions and convictions would surely result. And woe to any teenager who subjects an adult to even a small fraction of what the kids at these facilities endure daily. Because the victims are adjudicated juveniles, they are apparently disqualified for the normal protections of civilized society. Don't be misled by those who will tell you that the two Mississippi training schools are anomalies. They are standard. They are emblematic of the break-'em-down-build-'em-up theory of youth rehabilitation which every true educator knows is neither educational nor therapeutic. It's obedience training and brainwashing. These facilities were just as rotten last year when nobody was looking, and they are no worse than many other similar institutions elsewhere.

42. Mississippi Economic Council - The State Chamber Of Commerce
By School District including individual schools CLICK HERE. mississippi becomes the first state to have general TORT REFORM LEGISLATION PASSED The mississippi
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CLICK HERE FOR AN OVERVIEW John McCullouch becomes 2004-2005 MEC chair
John McCullouch of Jackson is the 2004 - 2005 chair of the Mississippi Economic Council, the state chamber of commerce.
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Robert Roy Ward James Threadgill of Tupelo becomes the 2005 – 2006 MEC chair, Robert Roy Ward of Jackson was reelected MEC Treasurer, and Thomas G. (Tom) Gresham of Indianola was elected 2006 – 2007 chair. For the first time in the organization’s 55-year history, the MEC board of directors has placed the son of a former chair in line for the top volunteer position. Gresham’s father, W. W. (Bill) Gresham, president of Gresham Petroleum Company, served as MEC chair (then the office of president) in 1981 – 1982.

43. Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood (D)
a jail tour program for alternative schools students, and As an Assistant Attorney general, Jim seized law enforcement agencies throughout mississippi in their

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“This morning, the United States filed suit against the state of Mississippi, challenging the conditions of confinement at two state-run juvenile facilities: the Oakley Training School in Raymond, Mississippi, and the Columbia Training School in Columbia, Mississippi. The suit follows a year-long investigation, which revealed systematic abuses of the civil rights of juveniles. Our investigation found evidence that juveniles were routinely hit, shoved, and slapped by staff, that juveniles were sprayed with pepper spray while in restraints. That in some cases, suicidal girls were stripped naked and isolated for extended time periods in windowless empty "dark rooms," with only a drain in the cement floor to serve as a toilet. We found evidence of systemic abuses, including hog-tying and pole-shackling. It was even reported that girls, overcome by the heat during drills, were forced to eat their own vomit. Our thorough investigation included on-site inspections, interviews with juveniles, faculty, and administrators, and review of program documentation. The results of that investigation, and in particular the many disturbing practices we found, are documented in a June 19, 2003, 48-page letter to Mississippi Governor Ronnie Musgrove and Mississippi Attorney General Mike Moore. Copies of our findings, and of this letter, are available here today.

45. U.S. Politics Today - Democrat Jim Hood (D-MS), Mississippi News
GMT State attorney general Jim Hood says it is illegal for mississippi schools to teach gaming management courses, but the

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46. AAMC Reporter - Tight State Budgets Put Medical Schools In A Bind
In 2001, when the general state budget crisis had just begun, the University of mississippi School of Medicine (UMSOM) had to eliminate some faculty positions
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HHS Outlines Policy on Discounted Hospital Billing A Word From the President: Healthcare Improvement: Time to Stop Talking and Start Doing Viewpoint : Public Health Research: The Time is Now Transformations in Research: Gates Foundation Pledges Millions to Global Health Tight State Budgets Put Medical Schools in a Bind "Portraits of Medical Education" Reporter Archive Reporter Staff: Michael Laff

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Tight State Budgets Put Medical Schools in a Bind
By Suria Santana To compensate for state budget shortfalls nationwide, medical schools have been forced to be creative in raising revenue, relying on strategies that include increasing tuition, reallocating clinical funds, and freezing faculty salaries. Partly as a result of the budget crisis, median tuition and fees increased by almost 12 percent in public medical schools from 2002 to 2003, according to a recent AAMC study. Tuition rose again by nearly 18 percent from 2003 to the current academic year. Reacting to the state's higher education cuts, the University of Florida - which has the authority to implement selective tuition hikes among its schools - decided to raise its professional students' tuition far higher than the undergraduate tuition, according to Robert Watson, M.D., University of Florida College of Medicine's (UFLCOM) senior associate dean for educational affairs.

47. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: School Sisters Of Notre Dame
opened in September, 1867; at Chatawa, mississippi, founded on given charge of very important schools in Munich appointed vicar of the mothergeneral in America
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A religious community devoted to education. In the United Sates they have conducted parish schools and orphanages in numerous archdioceses and dioceses; they have also operated schools and an orphanage in the Diocese of Hamilton, Canada; an Indian school at Harbor Springs, Michigan; a school for black children at Annapolis; and a deaf-mute institute in Louisiana. Their principal boarding schools are: Baltimore, Maryland; Fort Lee, New Jersey; Quincy, Illinois; Longwood, Chicago; Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin. Of their day and high schools the most prominent are at Baltimore, Quincy, Longwood and Chatawa, Mississippi. On 15 December, 1850, the motherhouse was transferred to Milwaukee, with Mother Mary Caroline Friess as vicar-general of the sisters in America. With money donated by King Louis I of Bavaria, a house was bought; this was absorbed later by Notre Dame Convent on St. Mary's Hill. On 2 January, 1851, St. Mary's parish school was opened and St. Mary's Institute for boarding and day pupils soon afterwards. On 31 July, 1876, owing to its growth and extension, the congregation was divided into two provinces; the Western, with motherhouse at Milwaukee; and the Eastern with motherhouse at Baltimore. A second division of the Western province became necessary, and on 19 March, 1895, the Southern province was formed, with its motherhouse in St. Louis. Training of Members SR. MARY JOSEPHINE

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49. YCWA | Mississippi Expansion Center
The YCW mississippi Expansion Center operates out of the state Attorney general s office. schools and communities in mississippi should contact the center for
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EMAIL Pervis: Specs: The YCW Mississippi Expansion Center operates out of the state Attorney General's office. Schools and communities in Mississippi should contact the center for help starting or sustaining their Youth Crime Watch programs. Services through this center include:
  • Background information about Youth Crime Watch YCW awareness presentations YCW implementation training for your site Half-day "Speaking Out for Youth and Justice" youth/adult forums Technical assistance getting your site started Technical assistance once your site is up and running Registration of your site with YCWA Access to information about YCWA national membership program Help finding project funding Free or subsidized YCWA materials

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51. American Civil Liberties Union : Mississippi Governor To Sign 'In God We Trust'
by suing the state of mississippi if the Religious Liberty Issues general Governmentfunded religion Religion in schools Religious discrimination

52. AP Wire | 04/24/2004 | Columbine Tragedy Forced Mississippi Coast School Changes
Department of Education, said after Columbine, mississippi became the Our schools are much Education, Department of Public Safety, Attorney general and local
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  • 53. Linux PR: Open Source Software Institute And North Mississippi Education Consort
    the ability and right, through the general Public License (GPL the programs we ll implement in the schools. . access to the students and teachers of mississippi.
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    Open Source Software Institute and North Mississippi Education Consortium Announce FREEDOM To LEARN Initiative
    Aug 13th, 19:31 UTC Pilot Program to Provide Free/Open source Software
    to Mississippi Public Schools Oxford, MS - August 13, 2002 - The North Mississippi Education Consortium (NMEC) will lead a pilot program designed to provide Free and Open-Source software to Mississippi's public school system. The program, called "Freedom to Learn," is part of a Ph.D.-level study exploring alternative technologies and methods of reducing costs while increasing efficiency and student productivity within public school systems. The program will be hosted at the University of Mississippi's School of Education in Oxford, Mississippi. Freedom to Learn was conceived and initiated by the Open Source Software Institute ( a (Mississippi-based) non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the development and implementation of open source software within government agencies and academic entities. "The goal of this program is to harness the vast resources available through Free and Open-Source software and apply these resources to good use in Mississippi's public school system," said Jim Chambless, Dean of the School of Education at the University of Mississippi. "This program will allow us to explore opportunities in cutting edge technologies that can save our public schools money while freeing funds to improve the computer systems being used by students and teachers."

    54. Philadelphia, Mississippi Schools Directory
    Philadelphia, mississippi information and facts. Historical information and Philadelphia, mississippi facts and figures are on each page. Also included are national and local advertising spaces.
    Philadelphia, Mississippi Schools
    Philadelphia City Schools
    246 Byrd Avenue
    Philadelphia, MS 39350
    Superintendent of Education: 601-656-2955
    Neshoba County High School
    1125 Golf Course Road
    Philadelphia, MS 39350
    Principal's Office: 601-656-3654
    Philadelphia High School

    The Tornadoes!
    248 Byrd Avenue Philadelphia, MS 39350 Principal's Office: 601-656-2672 Neshoba County Elementary School 1002 St. Francis Drive Philadelphia, MS 39350 Principal's Office 656-2182 An Education page for Neshoba County with information and links. HIGHER EDUCATION in the area. To learn how to submit information to Key to the City, go to Publication Information Page To go to a new state, choose the Key to the City Home Page Thanks for coming! Don't forget to come back soon!!

    55. FindLaw For Law Students
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    57. Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood
    The mississippi Mentoring Network, a project of the Attorney general Jim Hood, is a The Network awards scholarships to high school seniors who demonstrate a
    The Mississippi Mentoring Network , a project of the Attorney General Jim Hood, is a nonprofit organization with a mission to provide support to mentoring organizations and individual mentors. The Network awards scholarships to high school seniors who demonstrate a commitment of improving the lives of children in their communities by mentoring at least 100 hours. The Network also hosts an annual conference on promising practices in the areas of after school programs, mentoring, and juvenile justice alternative programs. Click here to visit the Mississippi Mentoring Network website. "The most important thing any of us can do to enhance education levels, reduce crime, and provide hope for our state is to mentor. Mentoring to a child just one hour a week will make a lifetime of difference. Congratulations to all our young Champions for Children for showing us the way."
    Attorney General Jim Hood Click here to see what our scholarship recipients have to say about mentoring Click here for the 2004 Mississippi Mentoring Scholarship Application 2003 Mississippi Mentoring Scholarship Awards

    58. Mississippi Homes, Your Real Estate Guide To Central Mississippi
    Because they require an ACT score for admission, 89 percent of mississippi s high school seniors, including those from public and private schools, take the
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    ACT AVERAGES TESTING RESULTS Mississippi's eight public universities require a minimum 16 ACT if students have a 2.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale or an 18 ACT for a 2.0 grade-point average.

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  • 59. MESG
    file with the mississippi Office of Student Financial Aid by the deadline date of September 15. High School senior applicants must meet the general requirements
    "Mississippi Helping Students" Mississippi Eminent Scholars Grant (MESG). In 1995 the Mississippi Legislature established the Mississippi Eminent Scholars Grant (MESG) which offers financial aid assistance to Mississippi residents attending state approved public and nonprofit two-year and four-year eligible colleges and universities. The primary objective of the MESG is to provide educational opportunities for students who wish to pursue post secondary education in the state. Application Deadline: September 15 Available to the student who meet these general requirements: Meets all eligibility requirements by the designated deadline date Is a freshmen, sophomore, junior or senior. Students working on a second vocational certificate, second associate's degree, second bachelor's degree, graduate degree or professional degree are not eligible Is a resident of Mississippi for one year prior to enrollment in college and provide MESG supporting documents Is accepted and enrolled full-time at one eligible Mississippi college or university . Full-time is defined as at least 12 hours at institution on semester schedule and as at least 9 hours at institution on trimester schedule. Completes the online web application and has all supporting documents on file with the Mississippi Office of Student Financial Aid by the deadline date of September 15 High School senior applicants

    60. Mississippi Office Of The State Auditor
    The mississippi Board of Education has adopted a Residency Verification but should not do so strictly for school attendance purposes Attorney general´s Opinion
    Technical Assistance Downloads Newsroom Photo Gallery ... Home Technicalities is a monthly publication of Office of the State Auditor, Department of Technical Assistance. The purpose of this newsletter is to communicate information concerning inquiries to the Office of the State Auditor. The interpretations herein are those of the Department of Technical Assistance. January 2004 Schools Counties Municipalities General ... Return to top of page SCHOOLS Q: May school districts use private grant funds to provide incentives or bonus pay to school employees?
    A: No, Section 96 of the Mississippi Constitution prohibits providing extra compensation or bonus pay to employees. Grant funds received by school districts become public funds and must be expended in accordance with the applicable laws of the State of Mississippi. Even though federal or private gifts, grants or contracts may allow for teacher incentives or bonus pay, the State of Mississippi Constitutional prohibition in Section 96 takes precedence. Q: Section 43-35-103 et seq., permits the demolition of structures determined to be unfit and provides for the city to assess the affected property for the costs involved and sell the same if the assessment is not paid. Does the assessment process referenced in Section 43-35-105(e) apply if the work is performed on structures located on sixteenth section land?

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