The revised policy also requires more tutoring for struggling readers who advance to fifth grade.

Senate and House still at odds over how to revise a 2021 reading and retention law

The vote comes one year after a mass school shooting in Nashville that prompted calls for gun restrictions

Student testing is a sticking point as legislative leaders seek a compromise.

Charter networks, both inside and outside the state, are tracking the legislation.

‘People were damn mad,’ said one spectator who was asked to leave the chamber.

The information shared by officials provided more details about the district's switch to a new position-based budget formula next school year.

GOP leaders acknowledge that the Achievement School District district had failed in its turnaround mission.

The proposal would widen criteria for determining which students could be held back — and give parents a say.

University could use charter groups to expand its reach and replicate teaching and learning models.

Vouchers are a “bitter pill” that will destabilize K-12 education, a former Superintendent of the Year testified.

In a rare action, the state Board of Education passed a resolution questioning whether the 2021 law targets the right age group.

Legislation easily clears first legislative hurdle, with two votes set for March 6.