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Federal Programs News ItemsPetal and Lamar County schools earn As in state accountability rankings; Petal makes No. 2 spot - Hattiesburg American9/20/2018 1:01:17 PM
Hattiesburg American Petal and Lamar County schools earn As in state accountability rankings; Petal makes No. 2 spot Hattiesburg American In the Mississippi Department of Education's state accountability rankings, the district came in No. .... At Lamar County School District, teachers working together helped students find success, said Teresa Jenny, director of academics and federal ...
Number of states with high obesity rates reaches record high - MinnPost9/13/2018 10:37:03 AM
Chicago Tribune Number of states with high obesity rates reaches record high MinnPost The other six states with rates at or above 35 percent were Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi , and, for the first time, Iowa and Oklahoma. As the report ... They include supporting and strengthening federal programs like the Supplemental ... Adult Obesity in the United States – The State of Obesity The State of Obesity all 151 news articles »
Troxell Announces Charlotte Daves As Its New Account Executive For The Mississippi Territory - PR Newswire (press release)9/13/2018 8:10:21 AM
Troxell Announces Charlotte Daves As Its New Account Executive For The Mississippi Territory PR Newswire (press release) Charlotte Daves comes to Troxell with over 15 years of experience as a K-12 and Higher Ed teacher and administrator in roles that include: Director of Technology, Career and Technical Education, Director of Federal Programs , and Director of Student ... and more »
Welcome to the indentured servant economy - Lexington Herald Leader9/12/2018 7:48:51 PM
Lexington Herald Leader Welcome to the indentured servant economy Lexington Herald Leader In 1999, Kentucky ranked 42nd in per capita personal income but had dropped to 47th by 2008 and was still 47th (behind Mississippi , West Virginian and New Mexico) in 2017. (Personal income includes money from wages, businesses, ... Security, Medicare ... and more »
Rural Hospitals Face Growing Financial Trouble, Says Moody's - Nonprofit Quarterly9/11/2018 12:45:57 PM
Nonprofit Quarterly Rural Hospitals Face Growing Financial Trouble, Says Moody's Nonprofit Quarterly Second, even small changes in federal programs can have a disproportionate effect on the financial viability of these hospitals. The Affordable ... In early 2016, the hospital's Mississippi -based owner, Pioneer Health Services, filed for Chapter 11 ... and more »
Forest and Scott County schools join Algebra Nation - Scott County Times8/22/2018 12:46:42 PM
Forest and Scott County schools join Algebra Nation Scott County Times The Mississippi Department of Education recently announced that after two years of testing a new computer-based math program in selected school districts throughout the state, and closely monitoring the results, the program will be made available to ...
Four South MS schools receive grant for STEM programs - WLOX5/2/2018 3:15:06 PM
WLOX Four South MS schools receive grant for STEM programs WLOX "This goes hand-in-hand with a pilot program with the state Computer Science of Mississippi ," said Stone County School District's federal programs director Tonya Bolton. "The goal is to have a continuing pathway from K to 12 to prepare students for ...
State and Local Programs News ItemsBRENDA BLAGG: A promising future - Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette8/22/2018 5:41:54 AM
BRENDA BLAGG: A promising future Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Linking the state and local programs reportedly made the Arkadelphia program financially feasible. Some colleges are ... They are designed to attract students from high schools in Mississippi and Phillips counties to the local institutions. Southern ...
EPA Proposes Cuts to Programs that Protect Children from Lead Poisoning - The Nonprofit Quarterly4/18/2017 12:02:40 PM
The Nonprofit Quarterly EPA Proposes Cuts to Programs that Protect Children from Lead Poisoning The Nonprofit Quarterly The article's authors, Chris Mooney and Juliet Eilperin, note that “Fourteen states—Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi , North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin—run programs to ...