Marta W. Aldrich


Educators don’t want to endorse the state’s culture wars, or get ensnared in them.

Lee’s plan seeks to eliminate income requirements and change who could benefit.

The pullout is the latest setback for efforts to overturn the controversial state law.

Sen. Jon Lundberg is cool to the idea of saying no to over a billion dollars a year.

Two out-of-state conservative groups will get the last word in Tennessee’s legislative hearings on rejecting federal education funding.

Aging school buildings, lagging teacher pay: ‘The needs are so great,’ says head of Memphis district.

Grades will be released in December. Revised criteria mark a big change of course under a new leader.

Over the years, David Snowden has paid for tutors, therapy dogs, digital equipment, and more

The group will begin meeting in early November and report to the legislature by Jan. 6.