Michael Bradburn of Alcoa Elementary explains the positive shift he made in his classroom by teaching students appropriate choices instead of the management of a behavior system.
Learn how two schools in Tennessee are providing students opportunities to earn college credit, an industry certification, or both while they are still in high school.
In this post, two Tennessee educators share how they use TVAAS data to guide decisions for schools, teachers, and students.
MNPS teacher, Carlos Calderon, shares how connecting with the community has helped his students engage with advanced materials and raised the expectations in his classroom.
Dr. Beth Gotcher of Maryville City Schools explains her six key takeaways from leading a Read to be Ready summer camp.
Two Knox County educators explaine how introducing an ILP for every English learner provided students the support they need to succeed.
Have a look into one student’s success story as a result of clear and structured path from a CTE program of study that put him on a path to a career in medicine.
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.