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Mask mandate hearing raises issue of ‘separate but equal’ for Tennessee students with disabilities

Memphians press SCS to create more virtual learning options as COVID cases rise

Masks required in all public and private schools in Shelby County 

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Lipscomb University names former Tennessee education chief Candice McQueen its new president

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Schwinn: Guidance for what Tennessee teachers can and can’t teach on race will come by Aug. 1

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Flush with cash, Tennessee makes modest recurring education investments in newly approved budget

Shelby County mayor and superintendent have a $31.6 million difference of opinion on facilities funding

Closings, mergers, and expansions: Memphis superintendent proposes transformation of district school buildings

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Legislation pulled but mission accomplished: Memphis and Germantown leaders will discuss future of suburban schools

‘There are better days ahead’: Superintendent wants ‘Memphis’ back in district name and to add dual language programs, fine arts to all schools

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District takeover proposal advances in Tennessee legislature, as opponents warn of a ‘power grab’

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Tennessee could take over school systems and replace leaders under legislative proposal

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Tennessee governor wants ways to keep some turnaround schools under state oversight after 10 years

Memphis works to bring back a normal school calendar after COVID summer ‘crunch’

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How Tennessee school leaders spend billions in federal relief funds will carry huge stakes, both practically and politically

Proposal would change Tennessee law to let for-profit companies run charter schools

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This Tennessee superintendent leads with ‘resilient’ students and schools in mind

Tennessee teachers could seek to remove unruly students under bill approved by legislature

Want big advances from students and schools? Invest in principals, says new research

Tennessee school districts must set educator diversity goals under new policy

Race, politics, and power loom large in dispute between state officials and Tennessee’s two largest school districts over reopening

Changes in KIPP Memphis prompt calls from staff to remove executive director

Tennessee’s new Senate education leader is pro-voucher attorney

Tennessee again delays hiring its first statewide school turnaround superintendent

Teacher pay, school funding, mental health: Large districts look ahead to Tennessee legislative session

Legislator wants to ensure Tennessee won’t cut millions of dollars from schools during pandemic

As Memphis district works through pandemic, board grants 2-year contract extension to superintendent

Former Rep. Bill Dunn, a passionate voucher advocate, hired by Tennessee governor as education adviser

Legislative leaders want Tennessee education department investigated over CARES spending, voucher management

In a unanimous show of support, Memphis school board to consider extending superintendent’s contract

Memphis superintendent gets high marks on evaluation for first full school year

DeVos appoints Tennessee lawmaker to board overseeing the Nation’s Report Card