The Jackson Public School District has some work to do before the state can approve its corrective action plan, a necessary step in the district’s audit process. At a State Board of Education meeting Thursday, members decided to delay approval of some districts’ corrective action plans, or CAPs because they needed more work. Three districts — JPS, Natchez-Adams and Hazlehurst — will continue to work on their plans with the help of the Mississippi Department of Education. They will be presented for approval in March. Both Jackson and state education officials said the work will be a collaborative effort.