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Ivory P. Phillips

Board Vice President

Jackson Public School district

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Employment History

Reading First Teachers Education Network


Dean

Jackson State's College of Education


Dean

JSU School


Dean of Education

Jackson State University


Affiliations

Jackson Public Schools

MIRA Director and A Member of the Board of Trustees


Jackson School

Board Member


JPS

Board Member


MIRA

Board Member


JSU National Alumni Association Inc

Assistant Secretary


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www.thejacksonadvocate.com

JPS Board Vice President Ivory Phillips, a long time associate of Kirksey, described him as a "public man," "Kirksey was a real model of the public person His two primary passions were the demand for equal justice and high quality public education, Phillips said.
JPS Board Vice President Ivory Phillips, a long time associate of Kirksey, described him as a "public man," "Kirksey was a real model of the public person His two primary passions were the demand for equal justice and high quality public education, Phillips said. Kirksey gave up his seat in the state senate in order to devote himself to all people within his world of action, rather than just a segment as represented in a senatorial district, Phillips said. "He was unrelenting in his pursuit of justice and in the fight for education," said Phillips.


www.jsunaa.com [cached]

Dr. Ivory Phillips
Assistant Secretary


lists.portside.org

Dr. Ivory Phillips, a MIRA director and a member of the
Board of Trustees of the Jackson Public Schools,


www.cc-ds.org

Dr. Ivory Phillips, a MIRA director and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Jackson Public Schools, explains that charter school proposals, voter ID bills and anti-immigrant measures are all linked.
"Because white supremacists fear losing their status as the dominant group in this country, there is a war against brown people today, just as there has long been a war against black people," he says.


www.jacksonfreepress.com

JPS Board Member Ivory Phillips said the district is spending too much on non-instructional components of its strings program.
At that time, Board Member Ivory Phillips voted against renewing the symphony's contract. After outcry from parents, the board voted 4-0 to renew the contract, this time with Phillips voting in favor of renewal. Phillips said he is concerned about the "non-instructional" components of the program, which include demonstrations of the instruments by symphony members and student performances. He said non-instructional components are too expensive at this time. "So you're suggesting we just teach them but never let them perform? Board President Kisiah Nolan asked. Phillips replied that students should be allowed to perform, but JPS could manage performances instead of the symphony. Phillips said the board needs more time to consider the cost, especially how much the program would cost if more students participated. "I'm quite a connoisseur of music, I think ... but I would really like us to think now about the non-instructional component," he said. Phillips made a motion to delay the vote for a week while the board studied the symphony's contract, but the motion died for lack of a second. The board voted 6-1 to renew JPS's contract with the symphony, with Phillips voting in opposition. Phillips said he did not think a consultant was necessary to find a superintendent, and he voted against hiring one, citing budgetary concerns. Did Phillips really just propose that the already overburdened JPS staff take over the duties of coordinating and setting up the concerts? Dr. Ivory Phillips - all I got to say, if he see's something he doesn't concur with, watch out. Duan C.: Dr. Ivory Phillips - all I got to say, if he see's something he doesn't concur with, watch out.


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