Commissioner McQueen discusses how we can increase the number of students who are prepared for future opportunities
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Students in McMinn County developed their reading and writing skills this summer while learning about Appalachian history and culture.
Learn about the work being done in Humboldt County, a Read to be Ready grant recipient who is helping rising first, second, and third grade students develop a love for reading over the summer months.
Learn about the work being done in Giles County, a Read to be Ready grant recipient who is helping rising first, second, and third grade students develop a love for reading over the summer months.
Reading is more than “sounding out” letters and words. In this post, we explore how to encourage students to grow in their love of books and literacy skills.
Networked Improvement Communities are coming together to generate solutions to improve literacy across our state.
Lisa Wiltshire explains the importance of examining what is happening in children’s lives in the years leading up to third grade with a new, universal screener.
This video highlights the great work already being done in Tennessee and shows how we will build on these successes to further the work in our state.
Commissioner McQueen reflects on a week of collaboration and celebration.
Learn about the department’s new strategic plan, Tennessee Succeeds.