In Tennessee’s Northwest region, Justin Crice works to coordinate strategic partnerships that support seamless vertical alignment among K-12, postsecondary programs, and career opportunities.
Under the leadership of CTE Director Richard Skipper, Coffee County High School piloted one of the state’s first work-based learning programs in the advanced manufacturing sector at the start of the 2016-17 school year.
We are excited to launch the State of the Arts 2018 Music Grant. The goal of this grant is to fund a range of strategies that will allow school districts to improve or develop music education programs. See more in this post.
This spring, six districts and one school in Tennessee were named some of the “Best Communities for Music Education” and we are proud to celebrate them!
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.
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.
Lisa Whaley, teacher in Chester County Schools, shares how a childhood friendship changed the path for her life.
Ellie Talley, teacher in west Tennessee, shares a story to remind her fellow educators just how much their voices matter in students’ lives.
In part three of this series, Keely Potter, director of teacher effectiveness at the department, visits classrooms in Pickett County and shares how they support all student writers.
In part two of this three-part series, Keely Potter, director of teacher effectiveness at the department, visits pre-K and kindergarten classrooms in Pickett County and shares her reflections.