By Carey M. Wright State Superintendent of Education We are in the midst of Teacher Appreciation season, and schools across ...Read More
By Emma Crawford Kent Daily Journal TUPELO – Two Tupelo educators returned to Mississippi last weekend after a week spent ...Read More
The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) and the Mississippi Teacher Center announced today the finalists for the 2017 Administrator of ...Read More
A fourth grade teacher at a small, rural school in Harrison County, MS, will play a big role in promoting ...Read More
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, by 2024, 1 in every 2 STEM jobs will be in computing, ...Read More
Allison Ruhl received Mississippi’s 2016-17 Milken Educator Award at Madison Station Elementary School on January 11, 2017. Learn more about what ...Read More
The Mississippi Department of Education is pleased to release the first of twenty-four exemplar units in English Language Arts and ...Read More
The Franklin County School District has teamed up with the Southwest Mississippi Chess Foundation to promote the teaching and learning ...Read More
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Advisory Committee met for the third time on Feb.7 for an update on the ...Read More
A new issue of School Focus magazine is now available online. The issue features stories about districts of innovation, the Every ...Read More
Are you a licensed educator seeking employment in a Mississippi public school district? Are you seeking the most current district vacancies available? If so, please visit the Mississippi Department of Education job board to discover your career opportunities.
For information on employment in the MDE, contact the Office of Human Resources at 601-359-3511 or visit the “Active Recruitment List” on the State Personnel Board web site for a list of openings in all state agencies.
Understanding the need to notify potential employees about school district vacancies in real time, the Mississippi Teacher Center’s job board allows each district to post vacancies directly to reach applicants faster. For more information, call the Teacher Center at 601-359-3631.