National School Counseling Week is a time to reflect on all of the ways that our school counselors are helping our students to be successful.
We asked members of our Teacher Advisory Council to share why they're excited about 2016. Here's what they had to say about the year ahead.
We asked students from around the state to share their answer to this question.
Recently, high school students welcomed third graders to participate in the Hour of Code together.
Commissioner McQueen recounts her visit to Dayton City, Monroe County, and Bradley County Schools.
Hoppy Merryman explains the importance of the FAFSA and how Anderson Co. has worked to increase the district’s submission rates.
Commissioner McQueen visits two districts who displayed their commitment to propelling student success and to providing meaningful professional learning for their teachers.
South Central Teacher of the Year Regina Peery shares how her students inspired her during a challenging rehabilitation journey following a cycling accident.
A team from the department recently participated in the White House convening on ‘Strengthening School Counseling and College Advising’, sponsored by the Reach Higher initiative.
Teacher Advisory Council members share their proudest moments from 2015.
Lorie Gober explains the way RTI2 is different than content remediation and how it targets the specific skills students need to be successful.