It was founded 150 years ago, just after the Civil War, to educate freed slaves. It graduated prominent black leaders of the Harlem Renaissance and Civil Rights.
In an annual report card from the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, they conclude there’s been little — if any — improvement across the district.
Shawn Joseph is 100 days into the job and ready to provide a frank assessment of the district.
Emails show school administrators were warned about the driver of the bus months ago. The accident has claimed six lives.
A Mississippi federal judge is meeting with Cleveland School District officials today to hear their latest proposal.
The change has two goals: limiting the number of students who will likely find college difficult, and attracting more high-performing students who will go on to graduate.
After Expulsions Of Preschoolers, Discipline Study In Nashville Finds Success With Positive Approach
Nashville pre-K classrooms have become laboratories in the effort to improve discipline for the youngest students – with signs a more positive approach could cut down the surprisingly high number of suspensions.
State educators are slimming down what they’re teaching Tennessee schoolchildren about the Muslim world, following complaints the old lessons were too friendly toward Islam.