Our Opinion: Toyota's long foresight defines pre-K's worth
The demand for additional early childhood classrooms and a waiting list of pre-K students in Tupelo demonstrate the emphasis most parents place on providing the best possible education in the important brain-development years before kindergarten and first grade.Read more
#1 Nov 8, 2013
People having children they can not afford both money wise and time wise should not contribute to the continuing cycle of poverty both material and intellectually.
60% of Mississippi children are born to single parents. This is where the effort needs to start before school.
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