Metro plans to double Teach For America hires in its schools

MNEA vice president expresses concerns over expense and lack of teacher diversity More

Hundreds of Metro teachers notified of job terminations

MNPS officials say move is typical of this time of academic year, does not represent layoffs More

Almost 40 percent of Metro teachers quit within first five years on the job

Schools director Jesse Register says he has plan to address troubling retention rate More

Can the Bill Halsam-led education-reform debate include teacher merit pay?

Legislature must address question of whether performance-based plans actually improve schools More

A warming trend in MNEA relationships?

There may well be a thaw in the frigid relationship between the Metro Nashville school district and the local teachers’ union. More

Union: Metro schools suffer from institutional racism

MNEA president says too many minority contracts not renewed 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

Huth: MNEA is opposed to personal attacks, not performance pay

MNEA president responds to Liz Garrigan's column More

Broad Logic: Huth’s course in counterrevolution

Imagining a conversation with the head of the Metro teachers’ union — and it ain’t focused on the future. More
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