On March 24, 2014, Mississippi First (MSF) relaunched www.mississippifirst.org. Mississippi First believes education reform is the most pressing public problem facing Mississippians. MSF is committed to producing and providing resources that help raise public awareness around key education reform issues in Mississippi. Their new website includes MSF publications, best practices from around the country, and current research and data on MSF’s various education initiatives. Over the years, Mississippi First has made great strides in education reform in Mississippi and will continue to for years to come.
“Our new site will make it easier for the public to access the great work of Mississippi First. We are an organization dedicated to making Mississippi first in education and we want our brand to reflect that,” stated Rachel Canter, the Executive Director of Mississippi First.
To view the new Mississippi First website, visit http://www.mississippifirst.org.
Mississippi First is a 501c3 public policy non-profit specializing in education reform. MSF advocates for charter schools, preK, Common Core State Standards, and evidence-based sex education.
If you have any additional questions, contact Director of Communications MacKenzie Stroh