To many Tennessee educators, the long-awaited test scores unfortunately confirmed their suspicions: every grade level and subject area saw a drop in performance compared to scores before the pandemic.
The Tennessee Department of Education put out proposed rules Monday on a new state law that limits teaching race in schools. It spells out how people can file complaints, and what enforcement of the vague law will actually look like.
Jennifer Novo knows firsthand what the experiences are for many Latino students who choose to go to college. It isn’t just because she’s heard thousands of stories while working in higher education for the past two decades. It’s because she’s lived some of them.
Districts — including Murfreesboro City Schools, Rutherford County Schools, Wilson County Schools and, most recently, Metro Nashville Public Schools — have announced that face coverings will be optional for students and staff heading into the new school year.
To qualify for TSU’s scholarships of up to $10,000, transferring community college students have to demonstrate financial need and be fully accepted into the university, which means having at least a 2.5 grade-point average.
Nashville State Community College is trying to enroll more residents into its degree and tech programs ahead of the next school year, while hoping more students will utilize its GRAD program to take advantage of the extra financial and academic support after the pandemic.
The final year of high school is often filled with questions about the future. Where to go to college? What career to pursue? Who to take to prom? But this year’s class of 2021 had even more uncertainties because of COVID.
Metro Nashville Public Schools officials are standing by the head of the district’s security department in response to recent allegations that he embellished parts of his resume.
It’s been a strange year for Nashville high school seniors who’ve been juggling classes and navigating the uncertainty of the pandemic.
About an hour from Nashville’s famous Music Row, a new studio that’s tucked inside a high school is giving students the chance to write, record, produce and mix their own music. Educators at Mount Pleasant High School hope it gives rural students experience with different career pathways in music.