Covering the ongoing TNReady story has been fascinating and intense. It’s meant constant engagement on Twitter and via other social media and multiple posts and updates each day.
It’s also made me reflect on what is now six consecutive legislative sessions of education policy coverage via this platform.
In addition to updates on legislative action that impacts our schools, students, teachers, and parents, I’ve written extensively on a full range of education issues. I’ve covered the State Board of Education, the Commissioner of Education, and local school boards (especially in larger districts).
This blog has featured guest posts from educators (and I welcome more submissions via firstname.lastname@example.org) and from policymakers.
Readers can count on 4-5 posts per week covering timely, relevant education news. On weeks like last week, posts are added and updated frequently. Additionally, in-depth reports are provided on topics like NAEP scores and teacher compensation.
All of this to say: I’ve decided to open a Patreon page as a means of generating some revenue to make this site truly sustainable.
Your support — even a few dollars a month — will ensure TNEdReport continues and grows. With steady funding, I can devote significant time to the site and explore ways to offer more and better content.
If you’d prefer to simply make a one-time contribution, you can do that, too!
Thank you for reading!