Mississippi state law provides an allocation of money to public classroom (K-12) teachers that they can use to pay for instructional supplies and equipment. If they don’t use the Educational Enhancement Funds (EEF) by March 31 of the current school year, they lose the money and it carries over to the total allocation for the next year. The money is allocated to each district based on attendance data, and each district’s allocation is divided by the number of teachers in the ...

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