Hundreds of fired-up teachers, parents, and community members at Raleigh Egypt High and American Way Middle schools shouted down state education and charter officials Monday night with chants and boos at two meetings intended to introduce charter school operators to the school communities they might absorb next year.
FRANKLIN Williamson County Schools’ policy governing what students say on social media and examinations of their electronic devices drew a stiff pushback Monday from the American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Shelby County parents have abundant options when deciding where to send their children to school, but there are few, if any, resources to help them navigate the often intimidating process.
The fight over academic standards in Tennessee shouldn’t be about what it ends up being called, Gov. Bill Haslam suggested Friday, but whether it’s rigorous enough to help Tennessee students.