Tennessee State University is considering expanding its athletics program for a somewhat unexpected sport — ice hockey.
Belmont University has sold the campus of Watkins College of Art in MetroCenter. The $22.5 million sale to a residential developer will establish an endowment to provide scholarships for visual art students.
Lee also does not plan to call for making the COVID vaccine a requirement for children to attend school.
Meharry Medical College is launching a new School of Applied Computational Sciences with the hopes of enrolling 55 graduate students in the fall.
Last week, Gov. Bill Lee removed the authority of most of Tennessee’s county mayors to impose mask mandates in their local communities. But what does that mean for schools?
Nashville high schoolers who graduated in 2020 were less likely than their predecessors to immediately enroll in college. The pandemic last fall shut down schools and created new barriers that derailed students from pursuing their post-high school plans.
Virtual learning has made it challenging for schools to connect with students about their academic and emotional needs during the pandemic.
Nashville teachers want the school board to state its opposition to anti-LGBT legislation and to provide more support to LGBT students.
Four Nashville elementary and middle schools will be expanding their academic programs to better serve Black and Hispanic students. Metro Nashville Public Schools has received nearly $15 million in federal funding to invest over the next five years.
Fisk University is getting a $500,000 grant to make its art galleries more accessible to students and community members.