NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne) -- Metro Nashville Schools will next week begin registering students for special learning-loss summer school sessions.
The free summer learning options will be open to all student. However, priority will be given to students from low income families considered to be most in need of academic support.
Earlier in this year’s legislative session, state lawmakers mandated the summer classes be offered by every school system. Lawmakers, educators and parents have expressed growing alarm over student learning loss precipitated by the pandemic.