Three teachers were named this year’s district-wide Teachers of the Year Tuesday night at Lipscomb University.
The latest government snapshot of school crime paints a picture of safer schools with declines in violent crime, bullying and harassment bec…
A preliminary group of candidates for the open Metro Director of Schools position will be announced during a Board of Education meeting Tues…
“It’s a night and day difference,” MNPS board member WIll Pinkston told News 2. “I am optimistic about where things are headed.”
Nashville’s mayor Megan Barry presented the city’s first-ever budget of over $2 billion with nearly half going to public education.
Education Commissioner Candice McQueen said the failure of the vendor is a “let down” for Tennessee educators, parents and students.
All districts have received testing materials for high school courses, but materials for grades 3 through 8 are still arriving daily.
The first is Friday, April 22 from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. It is being held at the East Nashville Community Center located at 600 Woodland Stree…
News 2 looked at how technology is being implemented in local classrooms.
To install a nurse in every building, it would cost $4 million during the first year and up to $12 million annually by the fourth year.
Purpose Prep Academy opened three years ago, and has made a habit of reaching out to families in north Nashville.
They will be mounted in three places so they can capture the students, the driver and the side door.
Those experiences include witnessing community violence, living in poverty, family dysfunction and the death of a parent to name a few.
The comment came during discussion of bill to protect free speech on campuses.
A bill to assign letter grades to public schools in Tennessee is headed to Gov. Bill Haslam’s desk.
The Tennessee Titans sponsored the 2016 regional spelling bee Saturday at Nissan stadium.
In one class, nine of 21 students told their teacher that they received the same test they started online before the system server crashed s…
Rutherford County Schools is expected to receive testing materials for 22 of the 45 schools that will administer TNReady tests.
Totika Mansfield is a transition one classroom teacher at Fred J. Page High School in Franklin, Williamson County.
Authorities said a student who claims he is bullied decided to plan an attack on Cannon County High School in Woodbury.