A new second grade retention policy, the future of the Achievement School District, proposed changes to Civil Rights Data Collection and more

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Ten­nessee

Mem­phis kinder­garten stu­dents will be the first affect­ed by a new reten­tion pol­i­cy in sec­ond grade. Here’s how it works. Chalk­beat

More fund­ing, stronger account­abil­i­ty, bet­ter engage­ment: Mem­phi­ans give input on the Achieve­ment School Dis­trict Chalk­beat

Sup­port for TNReady rebounds after prob­lem-free test­ing year, says new poll Chalk­beat

Ques­tions nag Ten­nessee gov­er­nor about the legit­i­ma­cy of con­tro­ver­sial voucher law Chalk­beat

Ten­nessee earns most­ly flat scores on Nation’s Report Card but climbs nation­al rank­ings any­way Chalk­beat

Pro-voucher groups want clar­i­ty on pri­vate school back­ground checks for new Ten­nessee pro­gram Chalk­beat

From cre­at­ing ‘strong account­abil­i­ty’ to end­ing the dis­trict, here’s what Ten­nesseans pro­pose for the Achieve­ment School District’s future Chalk­beat

Sen. Mar­sha Black­burn push­es to relo­cate U.S. edu­ca­tion depart­ment to Ten­nessee The Ten­nessean

UT sys­tem leads stu­dent enroll­ment growth as the state’s col­leges see atten­dance jump The Ten­nessean

Nation­al

Eng­lish-Only’ Laws in Edu­ca­tion on Verge of Extinc­tion EdWeek

It’s More Than Pay: Strik­ing Teach­ers Demand Coun­selors and Nurs­es New York Times

Key Changes Would Alter The Government’s Mas­sive Sur­vey On Schools And Civil Rights NPR

Pac­ing the Way for Lat­inx Teach­ers New Amer­i­ca

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