“The Foundation is going to keep pressing to get more people talking about more things we can and must do — not just as a K-12 system, but as an entire city. We are going to help match resources, knowledge and expertise to the things we believe will really move the needle. And, we’re going to keep working with elected leaders, candidates and others to insure we have strong leadership to act on the ideas and the energy bubbling up through RESET.” — Shannon Hunt
Those in attendance at the Nashville Public Education Foundation’s RESET Saturday event shared a similar thought: The day was a start to a broader conversation about education in Music City.
“And it’s an opportunity to go further,” said Lonn Smith, a Lakeview Elementary parent.
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