Testimony: White parents used racial slurs in support of rezoning

Angry white parents in the Hillwood neighborhood made racist comments while pressuring a school board member to end the busing of north Nashville's children to their schools, according to testimony More

Numbers show Metro students choosing ‘neighborhood’ school

Of the 1,526 North Nashville students zoned last year for the Hillwood High School cluster, 1,094 have opted to go to schools closer to home in their newly zoned Pearl-Cohn High School cluster More

Expert in schools rezoning case says black students being isolated

Metro Nashville’s new student assignment plan isolated hundreds more children by race and socioeconomic status and contradicted decades of social science on how to teach poor urban kids, acco More

Testimony: Metro forced black students into north Nashville schools

Former school board member testifies he voted against rezoning plan because he felt it would resegregate the schools More

New racial makeup of Metro schools revealed

Newly rezoned Hillsboro's black population grows More

Hollin plans to challenge for Murray’s District 5 seat

He led an effort to garner enough signatures to recall Murray, and now plans to file a petition to run against her for her Council seat. More

NAACP files lawsuit over school rezoning

Suit claims district’s rezoning plan negatively affected student's education and led to bullying and harassment after she was transferred from one middle school to another. More

Anti-rezoning rally slated for Thursday

Opponents are slated to rally at 5 p.m. in advance of the Community Task Force meeting More

School Board wants to know how rezoning will affect diversity

Families of Metro schoolchildren have made their decisions on rezoning, but now school board members now want to know how those choices will affect diversity at schools altered by the plan. More

Register to flesh out for Board more plans on reorganization

Director of Schools Jesse Register plans to give more details Tuesday to the School Board about his plans for reform and reorganization of the district. More
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