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State, Republics at odds over ramifications of pre-K funding moves

Education commissioner asks lawmakers to reject what he considers efforts to diminish funding More
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DOE Commish calls on lawmakers to reject Pre-K cuts

Webb denounces Republican efforts in the state Senate to diminish funding for pre-kindergarten. More

Talk of mayoral control confuses decision-makers

The news that Nashville Mayor Karl Dean can’t be given authority over the school district as early as this August may come as a surprise to many who watch public education. More

Teach Tennessee brings new math, science teachers to profession

Nashville classes will be taught next school year by a slew of new-to-the-profession teachers, courtesy of several programs designed to attract newcomers to education. More

Could Tennessee lose stimulus funds if charter school bill fails?

DOE officials believes state could still score Race to the Top funds More

Another $653,000 in stimulus dollars headed for Metro schools

Nashville’s public school district can access more than $653,000 to better integrate technology in classrooms. More
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