Kriner Cash

Behind the Headlines
6:52 pm
Fri January 25, 2013

Radio Roundtable: A Conversation With Kriner Cash

Outgoing Superintendent for the Memphis City Schools Kriner Cash

This week on the Behind the Headlines Radio Roundtable, after five years as Superintendent of the Memphis City Schools, Dr. Kriner Cash will be leaving at the end of January. He sat down with the panel to discuss his tenure.

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Behind the Headlines
4:45 pm
Fri August 10, 2012

Radio Roundtable: Kriner Cash and John Aitken

This week on the Behind the Headlines Radio Roundtable, the superintendents of the Memphis City and Shelby County Schools, Drs. Kriner Cash and John Aitken, discuss the final year before the merger of the two school systems.

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Behind the Headlines
5:00 pm
Fri June 22, 2012

Radio Roundtable: The Future of the Unified School District, Gasoline Taxes, and Medical Transplants

Behind the Headlines Radio Roundtable
Bard Cole WKNO-TV 10

The Unified School Board has decided to not renew the contract of Memphis City School Superintendent Kriner Cash, whose contract runs out in August of 2013, about the time when the school merger will actually start. 

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Mid-South News
2:50 pm
Wed June 20, 2012

School Board Doesn’t Renew Memphis Superintendent’s Contract

Superintendent of Memphis City Schools Kriner Cash's contract expires in 2013. The Memphis and Shelby County school board voted not to renew that contract last night. The vote was 14-8. A similar motion not to renew the contract of Shelby County Schools Superintendent John Aitken, which expires in 2015, did not pass. That vote was 8-14.

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Mid-South News
12:06 am
Mon April 23, 2012

High Stakes Tests Begin For Memphis Students And Teachers

Memphis City Schools Superintendent Kriner Cash


Students across the state will sit down and take a set of state tests called the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP), starting this week, and for the first time their scores on those tests will factor into their teachers’ evaluations and their own second semester grades. 

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