Our director of educator engagement shares key leadership opportunities for Tennessee teachers.
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Three veteran teachers reflected with us on how they’ve changed and grown during their careers as educators.
In this post, Megan Simpson, eighth grade teacher in Bradley County Schools, shares how micro-credentials allowed her to teach her content while earning professional development points.
In this second of two posts, Hayley Cloud, third grade teacher at West Chester Elementary, shares the beginning of her school’s journey with trauma-informed practices what they hope to learn along the way.
In this first of two posts, Matthew Portell, principal of Fall-Hamilton Elementary, shares how trauma-informed practices helped him create a school environment that helps students and empowers teachers.
We asked our 2018-19 Tennessee Teacher of the Year finalists to share their words of wisdom and advice for all of our first year teachers. Here’s what they had to say.
Julia Grecol, a math teacher in Kingsport City Schools, discusses how taking opportunities to share her voice and engaging in work with the state level always help her improve her practice.
We are proud to announce that more Governor’s Academy for School Leaders fellows have been promoted to school and district leadership positions for the upcoming school year.
In this fourth and final teacher leader action brief, three teacher leaders in Rutherford County share the power of collective growth and opportunity as they work to create learning opportunities that promote equity and excellence for the range of learners in their classrooms.
Learn how Laura Davis, teacher in Knoxville, started the Future Educator Leader Academy, a teacher-nominated leadership group for students who are recognized as great potential educators.