Students at Sumner County’s Union STEM Elementary School and Jack Anderson Elementary, a STEAM-focused school, were engaged, creative learners through the final days of the school year.
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Commissioner McQueen shares reflections on her visits to Collierville, Fayette County, and Hardeman County schools, who are all districts with the potential to be models for schools around the state.
Commissioner McQueen shares reflections on her visits to Alcoa City, Maryville City, Sevier County, and Blount County schools, who are all districts in East Tennessee who have the potential to be models for schools around the state.
Commissioner McQueen shares reflections on her visits to Carter, Unicoi, and Cocke Counties, who are all rural districts committed to preparing students for postsecondary opportunities.
Commissioner McQueen has exceeded her goal of meeting 10,000 teachers and shares what she has learned from her classroom visits.
Maury City Elementary is preparing students to dream big when they think about their future – and that means thinking about college.
In both counties, students were not only engaged in the content, they were also actively developing their leadership and communication skills.
Schools in the Overton and Fentress Counties showed their focus on empowering students throughout Commissioner McQueen’s visit.
Building strong readers means building lifelong learners and critical thinkers who are engaged in discovering more about the world around them.
Commissioner McQueen visits two districts who displayed their commitment to making students feel part of a community to improve outcomes.