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  • Nashville superintendent addresses controversial column

    Nashville Community High School Superintendent Ernie Fowler writes a weekly column for the local newspaper, The Nashville News. This week, he wrote a column before a girls volleyball game in which he recounts playing volleyball in high school. Some members of the community have raised concerns about his mention of a girl's "well-developed assets" across the net during a game

Nashville Community High School Superintendent Ernie Fowler writes a weekly column for the local newspaper, The Nashville News. This week, he wrote a column before a girls volleyball game in which he recounts playing volleyball in high school. Some members of the community have raised concerns about his mention of a girl's "well-developed assets" across the net during a game Lexi Cortes acortes@bnd.com
Nashville Community High School Superintendent Ernie Fowler writes a weekly column for the local newspaper, The Nashville News. This week, he wrote a column before a girls volleyball game in which he recounts playing volleyball in high school. Some members of the community have raised concerns about his mention of a girl's "well-developed assets" across the net during a game Lexi Cortes acortes@bnd.com

Teachers union calls for superintendent’s resignation after controversial column

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