Education

Education

Mississippi on familiar turf at the bottom of Kids Count

Mississippi's abysmal ranking in the Kids Count survey probably won't improve significantly, researchers say, until the Legislature invests more in education. Meanwhile, Gulfport, Pascagoula and other Coast cities have been putting community resources into early childhood education for some time.

Education

Coast schools tops in kindergarten assessments

Each district in South Mississippi saw its students achieve an average score on spring kindergarten assessments that place the students "on a trajectory toward mastery of grade 3 reading expectations," according to the Mississippi Department of Education.

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Ingalls hosts STEM workshop for Coast teachers to prepare for school year

A workshop was to assist teachers in creating new and innovative ways to introduce STEM applications to their students is held at Huntington Ingalls Industries in Pascagoula.
Shannon Davidson Special to Sun Herald
Ingalls hosts STEM workshop for Coast teachers to prepare for school year 1:02

Ingalls hosts STEM workshop for Coast teachers to prepare for school year

Deaf children learning to speak a great reward for USM teacher 2:16

Deaf children learning to speak a great reward for USM teacher

Meet Pass Christian's new superintendent, Carla Evers 1:27

Meet Pass Christian's new superintendent, Carla Evers

Parents travel across the world to see son's Gulfport graduation 0:52

Parents travel across the world to see son's Gulfport graduation