Teachers in Metro Nashville Public Schools added to what has already been a pretty bad week in the tenure of Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman today.
On the heels of a letter from over 60 Directors of Schools essentially stating “no confidence” in Huffman’s leadership and criticizing his lack of collaboration, the Metro Nashville Education Association announced today that its members have taken a vote of “no confidence” in Huffman.
Lisa Fingeroot has the full story
So far, the only response from Huffman has appeared here.
In it, he claims that he does collaborate and that moreover, his job is to take care of kids, not adults.
Nevertheless, when a large group (nearly half) of all Directors of Schools and the teacher’s association in the second-largest city are expressing doubts about the Commissioner of Education’s leadership, it’s not a good sign for his future.
So far, Governor Haslam has not said anything publicly regarding the controversy.
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