Federal Program Provides Funding For Teacher Recruitment in Tennessee

Tennessee’s “Grow Your Own” Teacher Development Model Is The First Of Its Kind In The Nation To Be Approved By The Department Of Labor, According To The Tennessee Department Of Education.

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Austin Peay Denies Religious Exemption To Mask Mandate

Austin Peay State University In Clarksville, Tennessee Has Denied A Request For Religious Exemption For A Dual-Enrollment Student To Their Campus-Wide Mask Mandate And Now Seek To Deny An Appeal To The Family’s Religious Discrimination Case Against The School.

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Tennessee’s Public Universities To Host Voter Registration Tailgates

As Tennessee’s Nine Division I Public Universities Gear Up For Football Season, They Are Also Working With The Secretary Of State’s Office To Hold A Voter Registration Drive During The Tailgate Before A Home Game At Each School. 

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Tennessee’s Teacher Shortage Addressed With Second Round Of Grants

The Tennessee Department Of Education Has Announced A Second Round To The Grow Your Own Grants In An Effort To Help Future Educators Across The State. This Next Round Consists Of $2 Million For Educator Preparation Programs. Any EPP In Tennessee Is Able To Apply Before The May 7 Deadline.

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