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

Revisions make it hard to gauge Metro schools' report card

But like previous years, some assessments were clear: Metro Nashville Public Schools continue to trail the rest of Tennessee and the nation in math and language skills. More

Metro earns national honor for work with 'disadvantaged' students

Principal pleased with Department of Education listing More

Metro's last shop teacher?

 Metro cuts traditional vocational education teachers for new career curriculum 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

Metro students have a new way to explore business careers

“The Chamber and our business leaders see the big picture, which is that our schools, public safety, quality of life and economic development are all connected,” said Mayor Karl Dean. More

Last-minute NCLB school choice options exist

If a student is enrolled in a Metro school that has failed certain NCLB guidelines he or she can transfer to one in better standing. More

Performance pay for teachers comes back into spotlight

Mayor and director of schools to discuss issue at forum More

Dean touts free way to earn college credit in high school classes

Private dollars make One Step Ahead program possible More

Coverstone resigns school board seat

MBA dean applies for a new position with Metro Nashville Public Schools overseeing the implementation of a new charter schools policy More
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