Poll: Parents, voters agree the quality of Nashville’s schools is stagnant

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A new poll shows parents and voters agree that the quality of Nashville’s public schools has remained stagnant over the past five years.

The finding within the survey conducted by the Nashville Public Education Foundation of 500 voters — with additional sampling of 200 other parents with kids in the district — represents a troubling red flag for those that conducted the poll.

“If we aren’t paying attention to those numbers, if we aren’t focused on trying to do things that create more of a sense that we are improving, there is a tipping point where it starts to move against you,” said Shannon Hunt, Nashville Public Education Foundation president and CEO.

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