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School partnership taking shape - MSU estimates costs to work with merged district

December 12, 2013

Mississippi State University teacher education students work with students at the Starkville Public Library. Mississippi State University has recommended the creation of a new partnership school with the Starkville Consolidated School District as part of a report to the Mississippi legislature. (Submitted photo)

A partnership between Mississippi State University and the Starkville Consolidated School District is taking shape as cost estimates for a partnership begin to emerge.

Mississippi State presented its recommendations for a partnership school with the Consolidated Starkville School District at the Commission on Starkville Consolidated School District Structure’s meeting earlier in the week.

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