Shawn Kerr, a STEM teacher at Alcoa High School, encourages his students to use STEM applications through problem solving, critical thinking, and cooperative learning.
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This week, 24 aspiring principals will begin participating in the inaugural fellowship to build a pipeline of highly-trained school principals in the state.
Five members were selected from each Grand Division and we’re excited to collaborate with this dynamic group of volunteers to better support our students.
Lisa Wiltshire explains the importance of examining what is happening in children’s lives in the years leading up to third grade with a new, universal screener.
In response to the recent changes in state testing, the commissioner shares a message for educators.
In Tennessee, we are working to help prepare students for postsecondary and the workforce. One way this is being done is through the MNPS teacher externship model.
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.
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.