No matter who wins the Nashville mayor’s race, the city’s next leader thinks pre-K is an important investment: All of the candidates say it starts off children’s education on the right track. But they disagree on how much of the cost of early education should be subsidized by Metro government...
City council member Megan Barry shared that enthusiasm.
“I really believe that in order for our children to be college- and career-ready, they have to be kindergarten-ready," she said. "For me, that means universal pre-K."