Governor Haslam’s Education Legacy, the Mobility and Retention of Black Teachers and DACA Students Continue to Advocate

What We Are Reading

The Ten­nessean released a com­pre­hen­sive series of arti­cles exam­in­ing the chal­lenges fac­ing Ten­nessee grads in access­ing and com­plet­ing post­sec­ondary degrees in our state

TERA released a new report on the mobil­i­ty and reten­tion of black teach­ers in k-12 edu­ca­tion.

The Mem­phis School Board con­sid­ers ask­ing state law­mak­ers to drop TNReady test­ing Chalk­beat

Who will lead Bill Lee’s Depart­ment of Edu­ca­tion? The gov­er­nor-elect gets advice from ed lead­ers Chalk­beat

A voucher advo­cate is select­ed as Gov­er­nor-elect Lee’s pol­i­cy direc­tor Chalk­beat

Explor­ing Gov­er­nor Haslam’s lega­cy as an edu­ca­tion gov­er­nor for high­er edu­ca­tion The Ten­nessean

How will nation­al elec­tion results affect edu­ca­tion pol­i­cy? Edu­ca­tion Week

The U.S. Depart­ment of Education’s inter­nal watchdog—the Office of the Inspec­tor General—will be look­ing at the agency’s process for dis­miss­ing civil rights com­plaints Edu­ca­tion Week

DACA stu­dents con­tin­ue to advo­cate in Con­gress for per­ma­nent solu­tions to their sta­tus Ed Source

Par­ents are bor­row­ing more mon­ey than ever to send their chil­dren to col­lege Brook­ings

Court Case to Watch: Stu­dents in Rhode Island are Suing for a Con­sti­tu­tion­al Right to Edu­ca­tion The Atlantic

New Con­sumer Group Forms to Advo­cate on Reduc­ing Stu­dent Debt Wash­ing­ton Post

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