JACKSON, Miss. – The Mississippi State Board of Education voted in favor of the state’s plan to improve outcomes for students in compliance with the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the federal law that replaces No Child Left Behind (NCLB).
Improved transparency, support for underperforming schools and districts, increased accountability for results, and focused professional training for better quality teachers and school leaders are key components of Mississippi Succeeds.
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Make note of the public meeting dates below if you would like to attend.
Woodall Advanced Technology Center
906 Sullivan Dr.
MDE Auditorium – 2nd floor, Central High School Building
359 N. West St.
Oxford Conference Center
102 Ed Perry Boulevard
For more information about ESSA and to read the Mississippi Succeeds comprehensive plan and executive summary, visit www.mdek12.org/essa. The public is encouraged to complete an online survey following a review of the draft plan.