Really reforming education your child
While the Mississippi House deserves high marks for its teacher pay proposal that’s tied to performance benchmarks and state revenue growth, the Legislature has yet to seriously address education reform that would consolidate districts and shrink bloated bureaucracies.
Still, the proposal, passed Monday by the House Education Committee giving teachers a pay increase of up to $4,250 over four years, is a good-faith effort in moving Mississippi teachers toward more competitive salaries.
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