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Why this Memphis educator hates being called a ‘teacher’ and loves ‘organized chaos’

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Tennessee cuts ribbon on its first charter school under State Board of Education

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As opening bell rings, thousands of Memphis students are yet to register

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Tennessee voters want an education-minded governor in 2018, says new survey

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Tennessee education group campaigns against new threats to DACA and undocumented immigrants

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Less than two weeks before school starts, only half of Memphis students registered

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Tennessee leads nation in FAFSA filings for third straight year

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Meet the new leader of one of the most popular public schools in Memphis

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On National Summer Learning Day, Memphis takes stock of programs for kids

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At GenCyber Boot Camp, Memphis students get lessons in coding — and exposure to hot careers