TDOE Launches Portal To On-Demand Access To TCAP Scores, Resources For Parents

With The 2022-23 School Year Beginning Across The State, The Tennessee Department Of Education Has Launched The “Know More, Learn More TN” Campaign To Encourage All Tennessee Parents And Families To Log In To The Redesigned TCAP Family Portal For On-Demand Access To Their Student’s TCAP Assessment Results.

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Senator Bo Watson Anticipates New Data Will Show In-Person Learning Led To Quicker Learning Loss Recovery

Tennessee State Senator Bo Watson Stressed The Importance Of In-Person Learning For Students At A Recent Friends Of Hixson Meeting. Watson Believes That School Districts That Prioritized Having Students In School Recovered Quicker.

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Tennessee Governor, Lawmakers Celebrate “Improved” Test Scores – Almost Two Thirds Of Students Below Grade Level

As Governor Bill Lee, The Tennessee Department Of Education (TDOE) And Republican Lawmakers Pat Themselves On The Back For A Job Well Done, Results From The 2021-2022 TCAP Assessments Show That Almost Two Thirds Of Students Are Below Grade Level In Almost Every Category For Which The State Conducts Testing.

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TCAP Testing Continues To Be A Source Of Stress For Both Students And Educators

It Is Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) Season In Tennessee Schools, A Season Characterized By Much Stress Amongst Schoolchildren And Educators Alike.

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Parents Unhappy With Current School Choice Options In Tennessee

Parents Weighed In On A Statistic That The Tennessee Conservative Shared Regarding TCAP Test Scores From The 2020-2021 School Year And Overwhelmingly, The Response Was Disappointment In Tennessee’s Education Options.

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School District Leaders Plead With Legislators To Reinstate Temporary Remote Learning Options

Leaders From Williamson County Schools And Franklin Special School District Are Asking Legislators To Reinstate Virtual Learning Options For Schools That They Believe Need To Be Closed Temporarily Due To The Current Spike In COVID-19 Cases.

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Joint Statement To Gov Lee & TN General Assembly On Masks In Schools

For Well Over A Year Now, We Have Seen The Negative Impact Of Government Mandates On Businesses And Families In Response To This Virus. But There Can Be No Doubt That Our Students Here In Tennessee Have Been Some Of The Hardest Hit And They Have The Scars To Prove It. The Latest TCAP Results Show That Less Than 30% Of Our Students Across The State Are Reading And Understanding Math Simply At Their Own Grade Level. And For The Most Part, We Know That We Can Blame The Lack Of In-person Learning Over The Prior School Year. Yet, We Are Now Heading In That Same Direction For The 2021-2022 School Year.

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TN School Choice Support Surges as Government Test Scores Hit New Lows

Governor Bill Lee And Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn Released The State-Level Results For The Spring 2021 Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP). This Data Showed The Learning Loss Caused By School Closures Due To The COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Tennessee TCAP Participation Exceeded Expectations in 2020-21 School Year

The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced That Participation In The TN Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) Exceeded Expectations During The 2020-21 School Year. The Annual Assessment Saw A Participation Rate Of 95% Across The State.

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