Tennessee will wait another year to grade its schools A-F, a new initiative to close gaps in college and career readiness and more

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Ten­nessee gov­er­nor promis­es ‘fund­ing will be there’ for ear­ly voucher start Chalk­beat

Schwinn taps deputy with voucher expe­ri­ence to build Tennessee’s pro­gram Chalk­beat

Ten­nessee House Repub­li­cans elect Rep. Cameron Sex­ton as nom­i­nee for next speak­er The Ten­nessean

Ten­nessee will wait anoth­er year to grade its schools A-F Chalk­beat

New Laws And Ini­tia­tives Aim To Close Gaps In Col­lege And Career Readi­ness SCORE

Report offers rec­om­men­da­tions to improve pro­grams for Eng­lish learn­ers with dis­abil­i­ties Edu­ca­tion Dive

45 years lat­er, this case is still shap­ing school seg­re­ga­tion in Detroit — and Amer­i­ca Chalk­beat

Dis­missed: America’s Most Divi­sive Bor­ders EdBuild

What Hap­pens When Incar­cer­a­tion Meets Edu­ca­tion The Edu­ca­tion Trust

NAEP to be stream­lined in cost-sav­ing mea­sure, but may provide more data Edu­ca­tion Dive

Beyond Sus­pen­sions: Exam­in­ing School Dis­ci­pline Poli­cies and Con­nec­tions to the School-to-Pris­on Pipeline for Stu­dents of Col­or with Dis­abil­i­ties U.S. Com­mis­sion on Civil Rights

Alaska’s gov­er­nor makes unprece­dent­ed cuts in state uni­ver­si­ty spend­ing Los Ange­les Times

Fed­er­al Offi­cials Plan School Safe­ty Clear­ing­house After Push From Park­land Par­ents Edu­ca­tion Week

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