We need to fulfill our destiny as a nation where all citizens can realize the benefits of integration and equality of opportunity
Public education in Tennessee wins when we all work together through civil discourse to address our considerable issues.
It's vital for the education of our students that we start giving teachers the support they need.
It is most critical for elected and appointed officials to communicate clearly, concisely, timely, and effectively..
Policymakers and stakeholders must continue to work to make improvements in policies that impact salary, school climate, and student behavior.
It is time to move forward on these issues to help all children, teachers, schools, and communities.
Public education is at a crossroads in Tennessee. People say it is broken and beyond repair. I tell those critics that they are wrong.
The single most important factor in student success are teachers, so compensating educators has to be critical for any public policy or future funding formula.
The Problem with Restorative Justice in Public Education
All citizens should root for the success of public education, if for no other reason than 90% of the children in our nation are educated by public schools.