Grading Scale Changes In Johnson City Schools To Begin In Third Grade

Earlier This Year, Tennessee Lawmakers Voted To Change The 7 Point Grading Scale Used Throughout The State’s High Schools And Establish The 10 Point Scale As Standard. To Comply With The New Law, The Johnson City Board Of Education Is Changing Their Grading System To Align With The 10 Point Scale But Are Going One Step Further By Applying It To All Students Beginning In The Third Grade, Not Just High School Students.

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Tennessee’s Public And Community College Tuition Held Stable For 2022-23

Students Will Not Face A Tuition Or Fee Increase At Tennessee’s Public Community And Technical Colleges For The Upcoming Academic Year After The Tennessee Board Of Regents Voted Friday To Keep Rates Stable For The Second Time In Three Years.

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Lee Faces Deadline To Sign State Budget, HOPE Scholarship Expansion Bills

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Will Decide On Whether Or Not To Sign The State Budget Appropriations Bill, A Bill Expanding The State’s HOPE Scholarship Program And A Bill That Will Establish A One-Year Moratorium On State Personal Vehicle And Motorcycle Registration Fees This Week.

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Fewer Tennessee Veterans Using Helping Heroes College Grant Program

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability (OREA) Has Completed An Evaluation Of A Program Providing Awards Of Financial Aid To Armed Services Veterans To Attend Institutions Of Higher Education In Tennessee.

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TN Lawmakers Pass Bill To Increase Hope Scholarship Funds

The Tennessee Legislature Approved An $85 Million Increase In Funding For The HOPE Scholarship On The Final Day Of The Legislative Session.

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