Metro’s TCAP scores climb, still lag behind rest of state's

Students across state improve in math and science, struggle in reading, which declined in all grades More

TCAP test scores improving, still low

Commissioner Huffman: Greatest gains are in science and math, while progress in reading and English lags More

Study: Alternative teacher training programs more successful than traditional ones

Teach for America Nashville and Memphis, and Memphis Teacher Residency among most effective   More

TCAP scores show some improvement

Greater percentage of high school students performed better on test scores over last year in English II, Algebra, Biology  More

Parents question plan to expand Julia Green Elementary School

Mayor has set aside money to expand one of the city’s education jewels, but not everyone wants that to happen More

Early 2011 TCAP results show state outperforming Metro

District still trails the state average in all four tested subject areas despite advances More

Despite demand, expansion of academic magnet schools unlikely

More than 2,000 students apply to fill only 600 slots More

School board approves calendar for 2011-12 academic year

Calendar to preserve the weeklong October recess More

Metro schools are minus 1 in 5 teachers, students the day before spring break

District officials call mass absence 'disappointing' More
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Dean: Nashville needs to get ready to recruit charter schools

New law, still to be signed by the governor, will allow for up to 90 charter schools in state More
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