Learn how one school found a way to foster a love of reading and engage families at the same time.
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Dr. Beth Gotcher of Maryville City Schools explains her six key takeaways from leading a Read to be Ready summer camp.
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.
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.
In part one 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.
Karen Sadikoff, a Read to be Ready district coach in Sweetwater, shares how her district is rethinking unit design.
Commissioner McQueen shares why it is an exciting time to be in Tennessee and see the energy and focus on reading – from pre-K into high school.
Laurie Glover, a 5th grade ELA teacher, shares how she hosted an after school reading event that engaged community members and spread a love of reading