How MNPS is addressing teacher concerns this year
As Metro Nashville Public Schools prepares to start Monday, we sat down with Dr. Mason Bellamy, chief of academics and schools, and Michele Sheriff, president of the Metro Nashville Educators Association, on Friday’s episode of This Is Nashville.
Internal investigation shows editing of MNPD body camera footage was more widespread than claimed
A Metro Nashville Police Department internal investigation, obtained by WPLN News this week, revealed that more than one employee was altering body camera footage without permission.
Riding Shotgun: Shopping for school supplies, science teacher style
Every other Friday for This Is Nashville, I hop out of my host chair and into the passenger seat to ride shotgun with one of our fellow Middle Tennesseans. The school year is about to begin for Metro Nashville Public Schools (and has already begun for other districts). That means it’s time for some school supplies! […]
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WPLN News receives national and statewide awards for its service to local journalism
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