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Click on any of the organization names to link to their website.

Between the Lions

Between the Lions is a children’s television series designed to promote reading.

Excel by 5

Excel By 5 is a community-based certification designed to improve a child’s overall well-being by age five.

State Early Childhood Advisory Council of Mississippi

SECAC works to create an environment that will prepare Mississippi’s children to become outstanding students, engaged citizens, successful professionals, and responsible parents.

Mississippi Department of Human Services

The mission of the Mississippi Department of Human Services Division of Early Childhood Care and Development is to provide subsidized child care assistance to eligible, low-income parents that will enable them to become and remain employed, and to empower parents to select quality child care that meets the needs of their family.

Mississippi Early Childhood Association

The Mississippi Early Childhood Association serves as a source of early childhood expertise and education for practitioners across the state.  The association hosts an annual conference and offers mini-conferences through their local, community affiliates.

Lipsum this site offers many activities and ideas for teachers.

Mississippi Economic Council

The Mississippi Economic Council deals with broad issues that relate to businesses through advocacy, research, resources and leadership.

Mississippi Economic Development Council

The Mississippi Economic Development Council is a professional association of economic development, chambers and associated stakeholders who work together to advance economic development efforts in Mississippi through advocacy, collaboration, education and by providing resources to its members.

Mississippi Head Start Association

The Mississippi Head Start Association’s mission is to provide Mississippi children and families with a range of individualized services in the areas of education and early child development, medical, dental and mental health, nutrition and parent involvement. Head Start programs are designed to build on the strengths of families and communities.

National Association for the Education of Young Children

The National Association for the Education of Young Children promotes high-quality early learning by connecting practice, policy and research.