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The Commission on the Future of Northeast Mississippi met in Tupelo last week and told us a lot of what we already know that the state’s economic future depends largely on increasing the educational level of its citizens.
But it doesn’t hurt to hear it again and again. The 16-county region of Northeast Mississippi continues not only to lag the nation, but also the state in both per capita income and the percent of adults with a high school diploma. And those two numbers tie directly together.
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