Saturday Morning reMIX: EdStories from March 20 – March 24

It’s Spring Break in Nashville and the most popular ticket in town was the voucher legislation dancing its way through the Tennessee legislature. The bill targeting Memphis families zoned to failing schools passed the House Education Committee this week. The legislation now moves to the House Government Operations Committee and is pending in the Senate’s Finance, Ways and Means Committee. And the tango continues… 5 Things … Continue reading Saturday Morning reMIX: EdStories from March 20 – March 24

Nashville Has Been Losing Blacks to Atlanta for Decades and It Must Stop

Maybe it’s because of cheering the tragic Falcons in Sunday’s Super Bowl 51. Maybe it’s because I just discovered my new favorite education blog, EdLANTA. Whatever it is, the events of the past week have forced this lifelong Nashvillian to unpack my connection to and numerous networks within the city of Atlanta and think about the mass exodus to Atlanta from Nashville. That’s right, every … Continue reading Nashville Has Been Losing Blacks to Atlanta for Decades and It Must Stop