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Proposal to revamp Tennessee reading instruction halted amid economic crisis and legislative power struggle

SCS, YMCA partnership will expand Memphis summer food program to 60,000 meals a day

COVID-19 upended their graduation plans. Listen to speeches from Memphis valedictorians.

Graduation is going to look a lot different this year. Chalkbeat Tennessee wanted to give Memphis valedictorians a virtual stage to share their speeches with the world.

Memphis City Council inches toward giving schools $5 million for laptops and internet, but mayor’s office is unsure it’s allowed

Memphis board members not ready to sign off on $37 million laptop plan for all students

Tennessee seeks to salvage literacy initiative during budget crisis — and use coronavirus relief money to pay for it

Tennessee governor commits to preserving state funding for schools during budget crisis

Tennessee considers new commission to help education rebound from the coronavirus

Five education issues to watch for as Tennessee legislature resumes business this week

Memphis school leaders reevaluating budget after county rejects request for millions more

Tennessee asks state Supreme Court to take over school voucher case in race to launch this year

Alexander questions DeVos guidance that shifts more coronavirus relief to private schools

Memphis summer learning will be online and smaller than usual

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Tennessee appeals court to hear school voucher case

What questions should Memphis school board candidates answer? Help us shape Chalkbeat’s 2020 voter guide.

Memphis schools won’t get more money for repairing buildings until county commission receives long-term plan

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Here are the people advising Memphis leaders on how students and teachers return to school in the fall

Tennessee will follow DeVos guidance to reroute more coronavirus relief to private schools

Half days, online lessons, smaller classes: Memphis leaders considering what schools will look like this fall

After canceling TNReady exams, Tennessee must pay millions of dollars to testing company for prep work

Memphis schools seek $86 million more for building needs, COVID-19 disruptions next year

Chief of Tennessee’s student mental health initiative demoted for verbally abusing employees

Haslams want to hire a thousand college students to tutor Tennessee children this summer

Memphis schools approve budget, seek more funding for capital needs from county government

Laptops for everyone: Memphis district to use federal dollars for technology learning plan

Here’s what 14 Tennessee students want you to know about life and education under COVID-19

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Democrats want Tennessee school voucher money reallocated

Memphis pauses teacher salary negotiations, citing effect of coronavirus on the budget

Memphis cuts its proposed budget by reducing staff, but teachers would see a 1% pay increase

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Judge blocks Tennessee from proceeding with school vouchers pending appeal and urges parents to have ‘Plan B’

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Tennessee files motion to move forward with school vouchers despite judge’s ruling

Tennessee takes judge’s school voucher ruling to a higher court

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