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The third annual P16 Career Exploration Fair connected eighth grade students with workforce representatives and higher education faculty to learn about career pathways.
Elizabeth Smith, English teacher in Metro Nashville Public Schools, explains how AP classes are challenging but help students be more successful in the future.
The Tennessee Credit Union is living out their commitment to help students acquire the knowledge and skills relevant to future business professions at Antioch High School in Nashville.
In this interview, Principal Bush details how Marshall County High School is building a culture of readiness for life after high school by emphasizing the importance of the ACT.
Linda Parris’ culinary arts classes provide hands-on training in the art of cooking and hospitality management.
Educators in Jackson, TN recognize the value of connecting high school learning to the working world.
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.
Hoppy Merryman explains the importance of the FAFSA and how Anderson Co. has worked to increase the district’s submission rates.
A team from the department recently participated in the White House convening on ‘Strengthening School Counseling and College Advising’, sponsored by the Reach Higher initiative.