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Let’s talk Education Facts

“…It’s a fairly rudimentary exercise to be frank with you…Revenue follows the student to charter schools. Fixed costs do not follow the student proportionately. So therefore, the more revenue loss you get, the fixed cost base stays the same. There’s… Read More ›

Bedtime for Reform

I love my children dearly but I am no fan of bedtime. Things at your house may be a little different, but at my house, it’s like standing behind a jet plane. The kids are going a million miles a… Read More ›

Keeping it in Perspective.

This week Metro Nashville School Board Member Jill Speering wrote a Facebook post that started with the following question: At last week’s meeting, an MNPS Board member suggested that there are 35,00o seats in Metro Schools that lack “quality” so… Read More ›