LeAnn Dowty, librarian in Shelby County Schools, saw the need to make sure that her students had access to books that are especially relevant to them and their world, so she decided to do something about it.
Join us in celebrating our educators as we share their stories of how they came to lead our classrooms – and inspire the next generation to join them there.
Commissioner McQueen explains how a new partnership between the Hamilton County Department of Education and the state is a win for both students and the local community.
Commissioner McQueen highlights the incredible achievements from our students and educators in this past year and looks forward to 2018.
Commissioner McQueen reflects on 2017 and shares highlights from the past year.
In this fourth and final teacher leader action brief, three teacher leaders in Rutherford County share the power of collective growth and opportunity as they work to create learning opportunities that promote equity and excellence for the range of learners in their classrooms.
In this third of four teacher leader action briefs, three teacher leaders in Weakley County share how they are taking action to ensure their students are reading proficiently by third grade.
Meet Candace Hines, kindergarten teacher in the Achievement School District.
Educators often desire the opportunity to discuss life after high school with their students, but don’t always know how to make that happen. Learn how to strengthen the college-going culture in your schools with help from the department.
Meet Kim Castleman, second grade teacher in McKenzie Special School District.