EdBuild CEO Rebecca Sibilia, center, visited Ocean Springs Upper Elementary School on Tuesday to get a firsthand look at the interaction of teachers and staff. Legislators hired the non-profit organization to reassess the state’s education funding formula.
EdBuild CEO Rebecca Sibilia, center, visited Ocean Springs Upper Elementary School on Tuesday to get a firsthand look at the interaction of teachers and staff. Legislators hired the non-profit organization to reassess the state’s education funding formula. Justin Vicory jvicory@sunherald.com
EdBuild CEO Rebecca Sibilia, center, visited Ocean Springs Upper Elementary School on Tuesday to get a firsthand look at the interaction of teachers and staff. Legislators hired the non-profit organization to reassess the state’s education funding formula. Justin Vicory jvicory@sunherald.com

EdBuild gathers Ocean Springs input on school funding formula

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