Parents and teachers with Metro Nashville Public Schools will need to adjust to an unusual school year in the fall. The district says one possibility is letting parents pick between enrolling their kids in remote or in-person classes.
Metro Nashville Public Schools is sharing more details about the future of the upcoming school year. The district launched its summer learning program Monday, but says it’s now focused on getting students ready for the fall.
A new Vanderbilt poll shows that most people in Nashville are supportive of Mayor John Cooper’s social distancing efforts. The poll, released Thursday, also shows Cooper’s approval rating is especially high during this time.
The proposal would save the district more than $3 million during the upcoming school year.
Metro families, teachers and administrators have been trying to figure out a way to keep students learning since schools closed on March 12.
This is WPLN’s latest live blog, which will be updated regularly with news on the spread of coronavirus in Tennessee.
Listen / Nashville Mayor David Briley dedicated the largest amount of time in his State of Metro speech on Tuesday to discussing the public school system, which he called his top priority. Briley also showed he’s willing to use sharp words to try to influence the district’s leaders. But there’s only so much the mayor […]