Q&A: Jeremy Kane talks about leaving LEAD and all of that mayoral chatter

Kane, CEO and founder of LEAD, announced unexpectedly he would leave his post in May 2014 More

Jeremy Kane stepping down as head of LEAD Public Schools

The founder of Nashville’s largest charter school system is stepping down from his post after this school year ends. More

LEAD founder starts initiative aimed at low-income college readiness

Jeremy Kane, who started charter network LEAD Public Schools six years ago, launches 'Nashville Commits' More

Revered teacher, IB coordinator leaves Metro Schools for LEAD

A long-revered Metro teacher and former International Baccalaureate coordinator is moving to Nashville’s largest charter school organization.  More

The Education Roundtable: Discussion with five key players in education

'City Paper' talks education with 2 teachers, a principal, a former school board chair and a charter operator More

Nashville's LEAD charter group awarded $3.25M to support growth

Investment will support LEAD’s three existing schools, help fund plans to expand to five combination schools by 2016   More

Brick Church Middle to become second school in partnership between MNPS, LEAD

New public-charter partnership will be modeled after Cameron Middle School, taken over by LEAD this school year More

New charter middle school set for Hickory Hollow Mall for 2012-13

Metro Board of Education also approves two additional charters More

School fires teacher charged in drug grow operation

Headmaster: Arrest violates charter school’s ‘role model’ policy More
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How many charter schools can Nashville support?

An unprecedented number of charter schools raises the question More
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