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NewsMakers: Chris Barbic

A conversation with the newly appointed Superintendent of Tennessee’s Achievement School District, Chris Barbic

Lydia McCoy shares her favorite moments as “Principal for a Day”

Knoxville News Sentinel reporter Lydia McCoy shares her favorite moments as “Principal for a Day” at Adrian Burnett Elementary School on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012. The program, which has been in hiatus for several years, allows community leaders to participate in a half-day experience with a school principal.

Duncan, Haslam: Old System Isn’t Working

US Secretary of Education and Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam talk with reporters about the state’s education reforms and push back from teachers. For more, go to www.tnreport.com.

Maggart: Now Every Teacher Will Have a Voice

Rep. Debra Maggart, R-Hendersonville, says she expected Democrats to dislike the bill presented during the conference committee on Friday, but that it also incorporated ideas from both sides of the aisle.

Coley: Collective Bargaining Won’t Change Student Performance

Rep. Jim Coley, R-Bartlett, says this might not be the right year to pass the collective bargaining bill, and that people who look at collective bargaining’s restructuring as a factor in student performance will be “gravely disappointed.” For more, go to www.tnreport.com.

Ramsey: Why Shouldn’t We Offer Vouchers?

Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey, R-Blountville, says the debate over whether to offer children vouchers so they can attend private, charter or other public schools is a philosophical one. For more, go to http:/www.tnreport.com.

Kelsey: Vouchers Best for Students

Tennessee State Sen. Brian Kelsey explains why his plan to provide low income students vouchers to attend charter, private or other public schools is good for education. For more, go to www.tnreport.com

Haslam Defends Lifting Cap on Charter Schools

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam explains to reporters why he wants to lift the 90-school cap on charter schools. For more, go to www.tnreport.com

Ramsey on Memphis Schools

Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey says he thinks the state should go beyond legislation the state passed this year to slow down the merger between Memphis and Shelby County schools and should instead have the state take the district over. For more, go to www.tnreport.com

Haslam: Memphis City Schools Merger an Opportunity

Gov. Bill Haslam says the merger between Memphis City Schools and Shelby County’s school system present an opportunity for the state education staff and other education resources to step in and help out in the transition. For more, go to www.tnreport.com

Power U

A typical school day for kids includes lessons in reading, math and science.But many elementary students in Tennessee are also learning about the benefits of exercise and good nutrition.

Turner: What Happened to Smaller Gov’t?

Tennessee state Rep. Mike Turner, the Democratic Caucus Chairman in the House of Representatives, says Republicans voted against their own mantra when they passed a bill requiring a planning process for the merger of the Memphis City School District and the Shelby County School System. For more, go to www.tnreport.com

Towns: MCS Fight is About Money

Tennessee State Rep. Joe Towns, D-Memphis, gives his take on what’s going on with the potential merger of the Memphis and Shelby County schools. For more, go to www.tnreport.com

Kelsey: MCS Merger Not About Money, Power (TNReport.com)

Tennessee State Sen. Brian Kelsey gives his perspective on the struggle surrounded around the Memphis City School District’s pending merger with the Shelby County School system. For more, go to www.tnreport.com.

Ramey: TEA Bills Not About Payback

Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey, R-Blountville, tells reporters that the recently filed bills regarding the Tennessee Education Association and education reform are not veiled attempts at payback for the union not supporting the GOP during the election. For more, go to www.tnreport.com.

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