With the school year cancelled, MNPS rolls out shelter-at-home education plan
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne) -- Nashville Public Schools Director Dr. Adrien Battle is preparing to roll out a plan to expand learning opportunities for Metro students now sheltering at home.
Battle says parents can expect, “stronger engagement and a more structured learning environment” beginning April 27.
She says the plan involves more student tracking and accountability, but will not include graded material or attendance tracking.
Battle says the new learning environment will be phased in to give parents and children time to adjust.
A plan allowing students to interact with classmates is also in the works.
You can read the full MNPS press statement about the plan here.