We’ve teamed up with these educational and community organizations to help implement our programs and improve the quality of education for all of Mississippi’s students.
The University of Mississippi Principal Corps program trains and develops classroom teachers to become K-12 principals capable of leading their schools, students and teachers to success.
The Parents’ Campaign informs parents of educational legislation initiatives and gives parents and communities opportunities to participate in decisions that affect their schools.
Public Impact works to improve the quality of education for all students through strategic initiatives including teacher placement and retention, implementing school turnarounds and expanding high quality charter schools.
Parents for Public Schools informs, engages and mobilizes public school parents to become a force for positive change in their local schools and beyond.
The Mississippi Children’s Museum provides 50,000 square feet of exciting, engaging educational play opportunities that encourage children to explore, create and be curious about the world around them.
Mississippi Building Blocks improves the quality of early childhood education in Mississippi by working with childcare centers to improve their educational programs and prepare children for kindergarten.
Move to Learn is designed to help teachers raise student fitness levels and, in turn, raise student achievement.