Three veteran teachers reflected with us on how they’ve changed and grown during their careers as educators.
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Meet Denise Coleman, music teacher in the Gibson County Special School District.
In this post, Commissioner Candice McQueen shares how school improvement efforts in Tennessee have spurred positive changes for our students.
In this post, Megan Simpson, eighth grade teacher in Bradley County Schools, shares how micro-credentials allowed her to teach her content while earning professional development points.
Meet Colletta Daniels, an elementary special education teacher in Shelby County Schools.
We’re excited to introduce you to our nine Tennessee Teacher Ambassadors! The goal of the network is to improve educational outcomes for students by ensuring that the department continues to improve from teacher-informed work while giving more educators the opportunity to grow as teacher leaders.
Meet Amanda Swafford, a kindergarten teacher at Richard Hardy Memorial School.
In this second of two posts, Hayley Cloud, third grade teacher at West Chester Elementary, shares the beginning of her school’s journey with trauma-informed practices what they hope to learn along the way.
In this first of two posts, Matthew Portell, principal of Fall-Hamilton Elementary, shares how trauma-informed practices helped him create a school environment that helps students and empowers teachers.
Commissioner McQueen reflects on the achievements we’ve seen in Tennessee education and shares more on her next steps.