“While there is often a perception that there is considerable disagreement in Nashville about how to best strengthen and improve our schools, we’re actually seeing great unanimity around the top priorities the city should tackle,” said Shannon Hunt, the education foundation’s president and CEO.
Nashville Public Education Foundation’s Project RESET has added more dates for the community to see the group’s traveling exhibit, according to a media release from the organization.
The exhibit highlights a report compiled by The Parthenon Group showing the state of education in the Nashville area compared to other cities. In May The Tennessean was offered an exclusive look at the report.
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