Tenn. Governor Pushes Special Session on Education
Gov. Phil Bredesen on Monday began making his public sales pitch for an education overhaul that he wants to pass during a special legislative session that begins next week.
In a speech to the Rotary Club of Nashville, the Democratic governor said he expects bipartisan support for his proposals to improve what he calls the "educational pipeline."
The proposed changes in K-12 education include requiring teacher and principal performance evaluations to be based on data, to require tenure decisions to be made on those evaluations and to...
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