Noxubee County Early Learning Collaborative

Noxubee County Early Learning Collaborative The Noxubee County Early Learning Collaborative has two sites: Earl Nash Elementary School and Noxubee Head Start Center. It has served 100 four-year-olds since its founding in 2022. Number of Classrooms in ELC 5 Students Served in 2022-2023 100 Number of Sites in ELC 2 “The early learning collaboratives become…

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Noxubee County Early Learning Collaborative

The Scott County/Friends of Children Early Learning Collaborative

Scott County/Friends of Children Early Learning Collaborative The Scott County/Friends of Children Early Learning Collaborative has six sites: Lake Elementary School, Scott Central Attendance Center, Sebastopol Attendance Center, Morton Elementary School, Forest Head Start Center, and Midway Head Start Center. It has served 200 four-year-olds since its founding in 2022. Number of Classrooms in ELC…

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The Scott County/Friends of Children Early Learning Collaborative

Senate Bill 2346: Public School and Public Library Content Restrictions

Committee Judiciary B Author Nicole Boyd Session 2023 Session Latest Action On March 28, the Senate and the House each voted to adopt the conference report for SB 2346. The conference report removes entirely the provision regarding sweeping restrictions on digital content offered by public schools and public libraries. These restrictions are now addressed solely…

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Senate Bill 2346: Public School and Public Library Content Restrictions

House Bill 1315: Public School and Public Library Content Restrictions

Committee Judiciary B Author Lee Yancey Session 2023 Session Latest Action On March 29, the Senate and the House each voted to adopt the second conference report for HB 1315. The second conference report removes entirely the section of HB 1315 that would have required any entity publishing or distributing “material harmful to minors” on…

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House Bill 1315: Public School and Public Library Content Restrictions

Senate Bill 2333: Seizure Safety in Schools

Committee Education Author Nicole Boyd Session 2023 Session Latest Action Conferees failed to file a conference report for SB 2333 by the March 27 deadline, causing this bill to die in conference. Explanation of the Bill As introduced, SB 2333 would establish the “Seizure Safe Schools Act,” which would require every public school to have…

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Senate Bill 2333: Seizure Safety in Schools