Shift to Spanish model leads to erosion of diversity for one Metro school

Following transition to immersion model, Glendale Elementary sees largest decline in black population More

Oak Hill commissioners frustrated with MNPS over portable classroom, lack of cooperation

Board of Commissioners deny permit for Glendale Spanish Immersion portable already in use More

Great Hearts responds to Metro's diversity concerns in new letter

Great Hearts' CEO and president sought to address concerns raised by school board, which deferred its application More

Struggling Smithson-Craighead charter school in danger of forced closure

After few years of poor results, publicly financed, privately led charter faces Metro action if it doesn’t improve More

Metro plans to expand International Baccalaureate to Antioch High School

Pending budgetary considerations, Antioch IB courses could begin in 2013-14, 'phase-in' could take three years More

School board election primer: Five things to watch Thursday

As growth charters in Nashville accelerates, public schools become go-to arena for new breed of reformers More

Earliest ever start to school raises question: Will kids show up?

Schools director, previously pushing for earlier start, repeatedly claimed MNPS lagged behind in classroom time   More

Metro schools improve status in post-No Child Left Behind system

Metro hit 7 of 9 benchmarks, falling short in third-grade reading/language arts and in overall graduation rate   More

ANALYSIS: Dissecting Metro schools' enrollment boom — its largest since 1976

On Wednesday, a projected 81,000 Metro students head to class for first day of school    More

MNPS overhauls grading scale to reward AP, IB, honors students

Weighted grading scale — identical to ones in Sumner, Wilson, Williamson — rewards students in harder courses   More
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