Best of 2016 in Nashville Education: #4 Amy Frogge, School Board Member

This woman is a force. And flanked by a force, to boot! First, I must acknowledge my personal admiration for Amy. Our relationship started out as a working one and since my leaving Metro Schools, it continues as one of mutual respect (I think). Because while our platforms on education are as different as our race and sometimes as distant as her west of Nashville … Continue reading Best of 2016 in Nashville Education: #4 Amy Frogge, School Board Member

#NashvilleEduStory Feat. 2016 and 7 of Its Best (whether I like the story or not)

The days that remain in 2016 are so few they can be best expressed in hours. While never really buying into the whole “new year, new you” craze, within the next 36 hours I’ll be owning it! Then there’s the whole personifying of 2016 as the grim reaper (which is the personification of death?). Yes, I agree that in 2016 too many of the Creator’s best have … Continue reading #NashvilleEduStory Feat. 2016 and 7 of Its Best (whether I like the story or not)

More Nashvillians Coming out in Support of Dr. Shawn Joseph; Disgusted with Negative Media

UPDATED 11/3/16 9:25am Dr. Joseph: Whether you want it or not, quite a few Nashvillians have expressed their support for you and outrage at the lynch mob following granular details of your travel and work habits. These Nashvillians, from all walks of life, are looking beyond the headlines only to find a faulty deck of cards being dealt to our new director of schools. The consensus is that … Continue reading More Nashvillians Coming out in Support of Dr. Shawn Joseph; Disgusted with Negative Media