Metro to stop identifying students by Social Security numbers

District says schoolkids will be identified in data systems by randomly assigned numbers. More

Principal decisions

Staff changes at Metro schools will continue to be made over the summer, though officials say they want the bulk of the work finished by the end of June. More

Massive school staff shuffles sweep system

Hundreds of employees are being moved over the summer More

Board renews controversial schools’ data system contract

Chancery SMS has come under both direct and indirect political fire from the state Department of Education, the Mayor’s Office and Metro Police. More

Missing concessions funds probe shifts to former principal

Former McGavock leader now an assistant principal at Cane Ridge More

Rezoning back on agenda for school board discussion

Board members will consider a report on the plan’s implementation, as well as data showing choices students made for this fall. More

Register brings in North Carolina researcher

Data expert to help schools analyze test data More

House reaches charter schools compromise

A compromise has been reached in legislation that would allow for more charter schools in the state, according to multiple sources. More

Bredesen urges Dean to explore mayoral control

Governor says Dean's view of mayoral control is consistent with his in 'the way you get things done' More

Test scores determine Metro Schools’ NCLB grade — and who will lead

If Metro slips further, the state DOE will have unprecedented options for governing schools More
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