A Mississippi federal judge is meeting with Cleveland School District officials today to hear their latest proposal.
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A school board candidate forum planned for Thursday night has become another flash point over Nashville’s charter schools. Three sitting board members have refused to participate, questioning the organizer’s motives.
Tennessee universities have been sending out emails to thousands of students with a somewhat incredible subject line: “You may have earned an associate degree already.”
Guns will be allowed on the campuses of public colleges in Tennessee starting July 1. A bill that allows employees with a carry permit to go armed on campus became law without the signature of Gov. Bill Haslam, who was pressured to veto the legislation.
A plan to create the Tennessee’s first school voucher program has been jettisoned. The proposal had been set for a final vote on February 11 in what was expected to be a close and heated debate. But its chief sponsor says the idea just didn’t have enough support.
Tennessee lawmakers are on track to pass the state’s first school voucher program.
A key panel voted Wednesday to approve a plan that would eventually offer up to 20,000 vouchers for private school tuition.
Tennessee lawmakers are investigating whether school districts are cutting corners to get high school students their diplomas. But school officials say all they’re doing is keeping kids on track to graduation.
What should school children be taught about Islam? In Florida and North Carolina, parents claim students are being “indoctrinated” with a sanitized version of the Muslim faith. One of the fiercest fights so far is happening right now in Tennessee. As Chas Sisk of WPLN reports, it could reveal the playbook for future battles.