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  1. Letter to the honorable, the Board of trustees of the University of Mississippi. By Frederick A. P. Barnard ... by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2006-03-31
  2. The Circus Boys on the Mississippi (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by Icon Group, 2008-09-18
  3. Life on the Mississippi (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by Icon Group, 2008-09-18
  4. The Duplicate Letters, the Fisheries and the Mississippi: Documents Relating to Transactions at the Negotiation of Ghent by Anonymous, 2010-01-11
  5. Four Months in a Sneak-Box (A Boat Voyage of 2600 Miles Down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and Along the Gulf of Mexico) (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by Icon Group, 2008-09-18
  6. Slave Narratives Volume 9 Mississippi - Various by Various, 2010-02-18
  7. Mississippi (Lifepac)
  8. Four Months in a Sneak-Box (A Boat Voyage of 2600 Miles Down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and Along the Gulf of Mexico (Webster's German Thesaurus Edition) by Icon Group International, 2009-05-15
  9. Using a Bilingual Storybook in the Classroom: A Teacher's Guide to <I>Tell Me a Cuento / Cuntame Un Story</I> by Joe Hayes, Susannah Mississippi Byrd, 2000-10-01
  10. Qed State by State School Guide 1993-94: Tennessee/South Carolina/North Carolina/Mississippi/Kentucky/Georgia/Florida/Alabama/Southeast Region (Qed State School Guide Southeast Regional Set)
  11. University of Mississippi: University of Mississippi School of BusinessAdministration, University of Mississippi School ofEngineering, University of Mississippi Medical Center
  12. Mississippi State Bulldogs Football: Mississippi State University, Southeastern Conference, BCSNational Championship Game, Davis Wade Stadium, MississippiState Bulldogs
  13. History of Education in Mississippi by Edward Mayes, 2010-04-01
  14. The University of Mississippi: A Sesquicentennial History by David G. Sansing, 1999-03-01

61. COMS - General Information
the marine sciences in existence within The University of Southern mississippi (USM)and It also includes the Laboratory's JL Scott Marine education Center and
COMS - General Information COMS The Institute of Marine Sciences was founded March 1996 by the Mississippi Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning. In February 2001 the name was changed to the College of Marine Sciences (COMS). The purpose of the College is to provide a single administrative unit to contain the diverse programs in the marine sciences in existence within The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) and those that resulted from the incorporation of the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL) into its administrative organization. This combination of programs provides USM and COMS with significant facilities, expertise, and capabilities in the marine sciences. COMS programs include facilities at four campuses, involve more than 200 personnel, with combined budgets exceeding $12 million dollars. The COMS is administered by its dean, Dr. Vernon L. Asper

62. MarcoPolo Discovers Mississippi > MS State Frameworks
. Social Studies general Introduction. •. You may also download the stateframeworks by visiting the mississippi Department of education.
MS State Frameworks
Comprehensive Health K
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Comprehensive Health Acknowledgement
Comprehensive Health Introduction Mission Statement Language Arts K
Courses: Accelerated English Mythology Advanced Placement: English Language and Composition Oral Communication (Middle School) ... Compensatory Writing II Additional Resources:
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Introduction: About the Mississippi Language Arts Framework
Chart of Scope and Sequence Continuum of Competencies Note to Curriculum Writing Team Appendix V: K-3 Reading Instructional Intervention Supplement ... K-12 Goals and Mississippi's Balanced Approach to a Comprehensive Reading Program Mathematics K
Courses: Pre-Algebra Pre-Calculus Transition to Algebra Trigonometry ... Advanced Algebra Additional Resources:
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Ronnie Musgrove and mississippi Attorney general Mike Moore on US Supreme Court rejectedmississippi's defense that to dismantle a higher education system that
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Justice Department and a group of Mississippi residents have reached a $500 million agreement with the state to settle a lawsuit brought 25 years ago to desegregate Mississippi's higher education system. The agreement in Ayers and United States v. Musgrove brings to an end a class action suit filed in 1975 by black Mississippians to desegregate the states's public colleges and universities. The suit sought to improve academic programs and facilities at the state's three historically black universities: Jackson State, Alcorn State, and Mississippi Valley State. The suit also sought to increase access for all students to the state's four-year colleges by removing barriers to choice. The United States intervened in the case as a plaintiff shortly after it was filed. "The important agreement that we have reached with the state of Mississippi will increase access to quality educational opportunities and benefit all of Mississippi's students and citizens," said Attorney General John Ashcroft. The agreement calls for $246 million in funding over a 17-year period for academic programs at the state's black universities. Another $75 million in funding over five years will be spent on capital improvement projects at these universities. The agreement also provides $70 million in public endowments and up to $35 million in private endowments for the historically black colleges and universities over a 14-year period.

64. : : MAE Law & Legislation : :
$40 million from the ’02 level in general funds Although education is fortunatein the overall funding level their entirety you may access
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April 15, 2002
This legislative session will be remembered as one of the most challenging, due to the depressed economic climate that Mississippi, like so many states is facing. Although the struggle was long and tough, MAE successfully lobbied to protect funding of the Mississippi Adequate Education Plan as well as to restore educational enhancement funds and textbook money to the classroom and to protect the teacher pay raise.
In summary, the following successes were achieved:
  • Senate Bill 3198 restored the $50.6 million of the cuts made in February
    for the current year
  • Mississippi Adequate Education Program was funded at the 2002 level
  • The teacher pay raise was protected
  • Education appropriations bills were amended by $64 million for additional funding of K-12 for 2003. This is a result of a one-time acceleration in the payment of corporate taxes
  • Education enhancement funds and textbook money was restored to the classroom
  • Effective alternative certification legislation was passed
Although education is fortunate in the overall funding level, we do have funding shortage issues for approximately 50 school districts. This is due to the fact that MAEP although increased, was still under-funded by $60 million (to fund at 100%).

65. State And Local Government On The Net: Mississippi
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66. MSDH Division Of Health Promotion Main PageMississippi Department Of Health Comm
between the mississippi Department of education and the mississippi State Departmentof Heighten awareness within the general community regarding the
Division of Health Promotion
Community Health Branch

Mississippi State Department of Health
Post Office Box 1700
Jackson, Mississippi 39215-1700
2423 North State Street
Fax: (601)576-7444 Coordinated School Health Program
Physical Activity

Mississippi Alliance for School Health (MASH)

Health Promotion Clearinghouse
... Return to MSDH Home Page Coordinated School Health Program The mission of the School Health Program is to increase the proportion of schools that implement the CDC eight components model (Health education, Physical education, Health services, Nutrition services, Counseling/psychological/social services, Health school environment, Health promotion for staff, Family/community involvement) of a Coordinated School Health Program (CSHP). The school health coordinator acts as a liaison to the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) and the Mississippi Alliance for School Health (MASH). Within the Division of Health Promotion, the school health coordinator directs the agency's efforts to improve school health programs. The program coordinates initiatives with other activities such as immunization, HIV/STD prevention, epidemiology, injury/violence prevention, chronic disease, cardiovascular disease prevention, and community health within the Office of Community Health Services. Program activities are also coordinated with the Division of Tobacco Policy and Prevention, the Office of Personal Health Services, and Health Communications/Public Relations. The school health coordinator partners with the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) and the Mississippi Alliance for School Health (MASH) to further improve coordinated school health programs in Mississippi public schools.

67. Mississippi State Department Of Health- General Environmental Services
mississippi State Department of Health general Environmental Services PO Septemberis Food Safety education Month Read Bureau of general Environmental Services
Mississippi State Department of Health
General Environmental Services
P.O. Box 1700
Jackson, MS 39215-1700
Phone: 601-576-7690
Fax: 601-576-7632
Entomology/Vector Control Food Protection Dairy Farm Inspection Onsite Wastewater ... Milk/Bottled Water Institutional Services Environmental Lead MSDH Home Page Programs and Services Names and Phone Numbers Prevention Guides for Health and Safety in Disasters:


Environmental Health District Supervisors September is Food Safety Education Month
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Bureau of General Environmental Services The Bureau of General Environmental Services encompasses programs in four broad areas: food, milk, onsite wastewater, and institutional services. Within the bureau, a public health entomologist directs the statewide entomology/vector control program, assisting all four programs through identification of insects and rodents, consultation on public health pest management, and prevention/control of insect-transmitted disease outbreaks. In addition, the entomologist works closely with municipalities, providing expertise and advice on mosquito control. The Food Protection Division targets its efforts to reduce the risk factors which contribute to food-borne illnesses and provide quality assistance and training to the food industry to ensure that facilities comply with state and federal requirements. Food facilities must receive an annual permit from the MSDH to operate. Public health environmentalists in each county health department inspect food facilities, with the inspection frequency based on risk factors which contribute to food-borne illness. Every food service facility must have a certified manager, and numerous specialized training programs are available to all of the food industry.

68. Higher Education Partnership Links
State Department of education, mississippi Institutions of Department, NYSED/Officeof Higher education. University of North Carolina general Administration.


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69. ERC Computational Engineering Academic Programs
Center at mississippi State University. Includes description of research program and graduate courses.Category Science Technology Computational Engineering...... mississippi State's graduate program in Computational Engineering and managed bythe education Coordinator of student meet the general admission requirements
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Why Computational Engineering?
Emergence of high-performance computing has created a third mode of scientific investigation. Computational simulation now joins theoretical analysis and physical experimentation as tools for discovering new knowledge. This development has created the need for new curricula to meet the nation's demand for scientists and engineers with the broad understanding necessary to develop and apply these new investigative tools to scientific research and engineering design.

70. Mississippi Institutions Of Higher Learning
the universities, the IHL provides information about the entire university systemand higher education in general to members of the mississippi Legislature and
IHL Main Public Affairs Home Experts Guide to the Media
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IHL Home Page About the Board Universities Academic Affairs Finance and Administration Financial Aid Public Affairs Research and Planning Technology University Research Center IHL Staff Directory Contact Us
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IHL Scholarship Database
As staff of the Board of Trustees and the Commissioner, the Office of Public Affairs coordinates communication about Board goals, policies and outcomes with two major constituencies: governmental officials and the media. These functions are carried out in cooperation with the universities, high school counselors, businesses and others. The office also provides leadership with respect to increasing access to higher education. Three full-time staff serve this office. The following initiatives have been developed in collaboration with university, Commissioner's Office colleagues, high school counselors and businesses following review of the results of the statewide survey, which was conducted in 1994 at the request of the President's Council concerning Attitudes of Mississippians toward Higher Education.

71. Mission Statement
of engaging the first year student and of excellence in general education. technologicalinfrastructure is being provided to South mississippi, by educating a
Through its colleges, schools, institutes, and centers The University of Southern Mississippi embraces these distinctions:
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72. News (Mississippi State University)
Central news source for official University news, including searchable calendar.Category Reference education Events...... of Music education, Department of Music education, 662325 of the Student Associationat mississippi State. Groups (local access only) msu.general msu.issues msu
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'Arts in Artesia' gets Japanese art lessons

MSU offers new summer online courses

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Seniors receiving Presidential, Schillig awards
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Miniature horse is a major "Miracle"
Herbs add value to gardens, meals Sports News State heads to Oxford for series with Rebels Men's track fourth in outdoor Trackwire rankings News You Can Use: Consumer info Science Beat: Radio feature about science at MSU MULTI-TASKING Photo by Russ Houston PHOTO ARCHIVE W E A T H E R Local Weather Radar Local MSU Webcast Current Weather Map MS-AL Doppler Radar ... Storm Information A N N O U N C E M E N T S T O D A Y' S E V E N T S Time Event Location Sponsor Contact Other 8:00 a.m. Preregistration for summer and fall semester Garner Hall Registrar's Office Registrar's Office, 662-325-2022 April 2 - 11 10:30 a.m.

73. VA Forms
education Application 221990 toll-free - 1-888-442-4551 Apply 1-888-487-1970 - WesternUS - West of the mississippi River. general Contact TDD - 1-800-827-4833
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Please follow onscreen instructions. For those with visual disabilities: Adobe Reader Adobe Acrobat Reader Version 5.0 is not compatible. We regret any inconvenience this may cause. If you experience difficulty interpreting the form please call your local VA office toll free at 1-800-827-1000 (TDD 1-800-829-4833) and a hard copy will be mailed to you. Mail the completed form to your nearest VA Regional Office. These pages are updated frequently. Please hit refresh to ensure you are viewing the most current version of this page. This page last updated 1/16/03. Veterans OnLine Applications (VONAPP) - Access On-Line versions of VA Forms 21-526, 22-1990 and 28-1900

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74. National Governors Association
My budget invests 62 percent of the general fund in education. I'm fighting to increasefunding for education, and the people of mississippi need you to,1169,C_SPEECH^D_4833,00.html
NGA Home The Center Governors News Room ... Legislative Update More Information Current Governors Governors' Addresses Governors' Web Addresses 2003 NGA Committee Listing ... Governors' Political Affiliation, Terms of Office, Addresses and Phone Numbers (in PDF) Regional Governors Organizations (in PDF) Past Governors Past Governors' Association Trivia African-American Governors Asian-American Governors Breakdown of Former Chairs of the National Governors Association Facts Sources ... Which Governors have been related to each other? Mississippi Governor Ronnie Musgrove Governor's Address
January 09, 2003 Lieutenant Governor Tuck, Speaker Ford, President Pro Tem Little, Speaker Pro Tem Clark. Elected officials and distinguished guests, my fellow Mississippians. We meet in troubled economic times. Like every other state in the nation, we are suffering from a national recession that is draining our resources. We must understand the economic realities of the day, and be realistic about our responsibilities. Every day we see more evidence of the magnitude of this problem. The stock market has lost $7 trillion, and more than a million Americans have lost their jobs. The persistent national recession is causing major budget shortfalls in almost every state. Drastic measures are being taken. Schools in eight states, including Arkansas and Louisiana, are cutting back to a four-day week.

75. National Center For Science Education
Clearinghouse for information and advice to keep evolution in the science classroom and "scientific Category Science Biology Evolution education...... creationism as part of their general goals (such as good science education, orseparation Intelligent design” proponent reinstated at MUW, mississippi.

76. Education
educational information and links provided by the NOAA Central Library Teachers' and Students' Corner.Category Science Earth Sciences Meteorology education...... For Hurricane education, check the historical information sites and general informationsites on the home mississippi Weather education page from
The NOAA Central Library Teachers' and Students' Corner
Welcome to the WINDandSEA Teachers' and Students' Corner. This site provides links to over 100 NOAA educational sites as well as links to many other Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric educational sites. It also links to organizations devoted to science education and/or the use of new technologies to facilitate teaching and learning.
The GLOBE Program NOAA College Student Research Participation with stipends for summer work and research - many opportunities throughout the U.S.
(Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education) Teacher at Sea Program Office of Public and Constituent Affairs Educational Resources for Kids and Teachers NOAA Education Resources NOAA Ultraviolet Index page.

77. Mississippi Department Of Education
The official site for information on public elementary and secondary education in mississippi.Category Regional North America mississippi education......Misssissippi K12 education Resource for teachers, grants reports, student assessment, special education, safe, orderly schools, and technology.
"Quality education for every child...every child a reader" Select Topic Academic Education Accountability, Educational Accountability, Statewide System Accreditation Requirements Adequate Education Program (MAEP) Administrative Cost Study, Public Schools Adult Education Alternative Education Arts, School of Assessment, Student Assistant Teacher Requirement Assisted Housing Teacher Program Blind, School of CAN-Certified Advanced Networking Career Development Certification, Mississippi Educator License Child Nutrition College Board College Entrance Exam, ACT College Entrance Exam, SAT College, Mississippi Public Universities College, Mississippi Community and Junior Compulsory School Council for Education Technology Critical Needs Teacher Loan/Scholarship Curriculum Framework K-12 Curriculum Framework Pre-K Curriculum Framework VocTech Deaf, School District School Listings District Superintendents District Technology Coordinators Dyslexia Program Educational Accountability Educational Resource Links Educational Technology Employment, MS Department of Education

78. Mississippi Attorney General Mike Moore
Training Division of the Attorney general's Office provides to the State ProsecutorEducation Fund and 25 Spring Conference for mississippi Prosecutors Grand
Divisions Civil Litigation
Consumer Protection

Criminal Litigation

Insurance Integrity Enforcement Bureau
Children's Division
Prosecutors Training
The Prosecutors' Training Division of the Attorney General's Office provides a means for state, city, and county prosecutors to receive the required 12 hours of continuing legal education per year, including ethics. Monies collected from various fines are credited to the State Prosecutor Education Fund and are appropriated by the Legislature each year for prosecutors' training. Prosecutors Training ListServer
Schedule of Workshops, Seminars, and Conferences
April 23-25 Spring Conference for Mississippi Prosecutors
Grand Casino Biloxi Bayview Hotel - Biloxi, MS

2001 Regular Session Subject education general education FUND As of 04/25/01 at 0943 End Of Document ms. us/ 2001/ pdf/ subjects/ E126- 65.
Mississippi Legislature
2001 Regular Session
As of 04/25/01 at 09:43
Main Menu Education Enhancement Fund; require Office of Frierson Educational Accountability to audit classroom supplies funds. 01/30 (H) Died In Committee House Bill 400 provision transferring 50% of Gordon unencumbered year-end cash balance into Education Enhancement Fund; delete. 02/27 (H) Died In Committee End Of Document

2001 Regular Session Subject education general education FUND As of 04/25/01 at 0941 End Of Document ms. us/ 2001/ html/ subjects/ E126- 65.
Mississippi Legislature
2001 Regular Session
As of 04/25/01 at 09:41
Main Menu Education Enhancement Fund; require Office of Frierson Educational Accountability to audit classroom supplies funds. 01/30 (H) Died In Committee House Bill 400 provision transferring 50% of Gordon unencumbered year-end cash balance into Education Enhancement Fund; delete. 02/27 (H) Died In Committee End Of Document

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