Hiring freeze may be the end result of the Nashville's charter school rejection
- School officials in Nashville say a partial hiring freeze is on the table if the state withholds $3.4 million from the district after it rejected a charter school proposal.
- The Tennessee Department of Education decided last month to withhold the funding following a 5-4 vote by the city's school board to reject the application by Great Hearts Academy.
- The charter school's opponents say they were unsatisfied by its lack of a plan for promoting diversity.
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Monday, October 15, 2012 Nashville school officials say they've discussed a partial hiring freeze if the state goes through with plans to withhold $3.4 million from the district after its rejection of a charter school proposal. ...
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