Please consider some of these additional resources for information regarding our public schools. This page is continually being updated and suggestions for additions are welcomed!

The Network for Public Education was founded in 2013 by Diane Ravitch and Anthony Cody. This advocacy group has a mission to preserve, promote, improve and strengthen public schools for both current and future generations of students.

The goal of NPE is to connect all those who are passionate about our schools – students, parents, teachers and citizens. They share information and research on vital issues that concern the future of public education at a time when it is under attack.
NPE on Twitter
NPE on Facebook

The mission of the National Education Policy Center is to produce and disseminate high-quality, peer-reviewed research to inform education policy discussions. We are guided by the belief that the democratic governance of public education is strengthened when policies are based on sound evidence.

Our senior academic staff members include nationally recognized education researchers, writers, and practitioners whose experience ensures the quality, timeliness, and value of the work NEPC does. Please feel free to contact staff members about topics of interest to you.  Please feel free to reach out to any of our staff for more information.

National Education Policy Center
School of Education
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0249

Tennessee Education Report
Andy Spears holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration with an emphasis in education policy. Over the past 15 years, he has worked in public policy roles in state and local government in Kentucky and Tennessee.
For more on education politics & policy in Tennessee from Spears, follow @TNEdReport on Twitter

Dad Gone Wild
A deep-dive into important education topics since 2014!

TN Teacher Voice
“This blog is written by an high school ESL teacher in rural middle Tennessee. I mostly dive into education topics and attempt to give a voice to the thousands of educators out there who feel that their voices aren’t being heard.”

Are there other go-to sites and blogs we should mention here? Please let us know about them in the comments!

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