In case you missed it, Achievement School District Supt. Chris Barbic and Shelby County Schools Supt. Dorsey Hopson were featured panelists on Friday’s episode of Behind the Headlines on WKNO. The superintendents discussed the education landscape in Memphis, collaborating to create quality options for all students in Shelby County, and the opportunities and challenges in the year ahead.
It’s the last day of school for most ASD campuses, and we’re highlighting some of our year-end promotional and graduation ceremonies. So before you kick off summer vacation, here are five reasons to salute the Class of 2015.
Green Dot Public Schools focusing on building community ties, not matching with Raleigh-Egypt High School
Green Dot Public Schools, the public charter operator interested in matching with Raleigh-Egypt High School, has decided not to match with Raleigh-Egypt High as part of this year’s process. Green Dot is honoring the Raleigh-Egypt community’s request to wait a year and is planning to strengthen its ties with the Memphis community while they focus on their other two schools in Memphis.