Letters to Tennessee School Parents, Should Schools Be Judged by How Much Students Know?

What We Are Reading

Some­one needs to be fired,’ says law­mak­er about let­ters sent to Ten­nessee school par­ents Chalk­beat

A renewed debate in Ten­nessee: Should schools be judged by how much stu­dents know, or how much they grow? Chalk­beat 

How a Mem­phis state-run school improved math scores 9 per­cent­age points in one year Chalk­beat

Sur­vey: Gov. Bill Lee’s focus on voca­tion­al edu­ca­tion is sup­port­ed by vot­ers across Ten­nessee Ten­nessean

Pear­son is ramp­ing up as Tennessee’s new test­ing com­pa­ny. Here’s how. Chalk­beat

Ten­nessee fast-tracks voucher rules, but con­cerns resur­face about test­ing account­abil­i­ty Chalk­beat

Schwinn retreats — for now — from chang­ing how Ten­nessee judges its schools Chalk­beat

Ele­men­tary Edu­ca­tion Has Gone Ter­ri­bly Wrong The Atlantic

The Whiter, Richer School Dis­trict Right Next Door The Atlantic

Inter­na­tion­al Stu­dents Face Hur­dles Under Trump Admin­is­tra­tion Pol­i­cy The New York Times

Edu­ca­tion in the 2020 Race Edu­ca­tion Week



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