For the Love of Money

Seems Connecticut has cleared the way for other states with education funding inequities to see a glimmer of hope for the future. In a historic decision this week, Superior Court Judge Thomas Moukawsher ordered the state of Connecticut to revamp its education funding formula to better serve students in poverty. “Nothing here was done lightly or blindly,” said Judge Moukawsher as he read the ruling from the … Continue reading For the Love of Money


Nashville’s education landscape is as fluctuant as the topography of the great state of Tennessee. From the 1962 historic merging of city and county to Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools’ 1998 declaration of unitary status, forever ending busing, Nashville has seen no shortage of movement. But the community’s cyclical activity of the last fifteen years serves as a cautionary tale replete with lessons and warnings. Continue reading “#OneDistrict”