- Bad education. Metro schools will be handing down $45M in federal funds to the neediest schools in Nashville in an attempt to keep the state of Tennessee from staging that coup they’ve been talking about. The money will be spent on science and technology coaches, parent liaisons, and English translators. [WTVF]
- Worth a try. Speaking of schools, a Nashville man thinks he knows how to curb the dropout rate by using a simple computer-based skills assessment program. Despite having two kids in Metro Nashville Public Schools, he owns a school for at-risk kids in New York and has had great success with the program. [WSMV]
- But how do they choose? In this week’s installment of Channel 5′s “Crime of the Week” series someone robbed a liquor store and injured the cashier. Police are still looking for the suspect. Channel 5: Always giving criminals something to aspire to. [WTVF]
- Dining In. Like the national chains, Nashville-based restaurants are feeling the squeeze from the waning economy. Nashvillest encourages you to eat local: Check out Nashville Originals for some of the best locally-owned dining destinations. [City Paper]
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