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Community colleges push Structured Learning Communities as way to finish quickly
TBR continues to promote implementation of tight-knit programs with predetermined, strict schedules
Task force members can't agree on specifics of voucher program
A key point of contention on the nine-member board was which students would be eligible for vouchers
Study: Alternative teacher training programs more successful than traditional ones
Teach for America Nashville and Memphis, and Memphis Teacher Residency among most effective
Is private high school right for you?
Once the public vs. private decision is made, the questions don’t stop coming
How do we parse all of the education data?
Evaluating the difference between educational outcomes in one building versus another is no easy task
What is college going to cost?
According to TBR Chancellor John Morgan, students now pick up 67 percent of cost, while state pitches in 33 percent
Will Tennessee parents get vouchers?
Signs so far point to a legislature warming to so-called voucher program in 2012 if Haslam gives his blessing
The Education Issue: a look at the decisions facing Nashville parents
From vouchers to cost of college and choosing public or private, 'City Paper' reporters help cut through the data
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