How one of the Mississippi’s top high schools innovates in the face of funding cuts
Feb 21, 1:00 AM
Housed on the campus of Mississippi University for Women, the school since its founding in 1987 has offered bright teenagers an on-ramp to a college environment paired with advanced STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) courses. This is important in a state like Mississippi, where less than half of students exceeded grade-level expectations in math in the 2017-18 school year and where racial disparities exist in student achievement and access to advanced courses.
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