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Jackson State Initiative to Boost Black Male Educators

Jackson State is looking to boost the number of Black male educators up from 2 percent with the JSU Call Me Mister program, dedicated to providing academic and financial support to men who want to become public elementary school teachers in Mississippi. The program is in its first year and is offered to graduating high school seniors who are accepted to JSU and meet several requirements.

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