Growing Number of Tennessee Seniors Will Increase Demand For State Services

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Released An Updated Version Of Its Report On Senior Long-Term Care In Tennessee. The Report Indicates The Number Of Tennessee Seniors Age 60 And Over Is Expected To Increase By 30% From 1.6 Million In 2020 To 2.1 Million In 2040. The Number Of Those Age 80 And Over In Tennessee Is Forecast To Double During This Time.

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Study Finds TN Reconnect College Grant Increases Degree Attainment But Participation Is Declining

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability (OREA) Has Released A Comprehensive Evaluation Of The Tennessee Reconnect Grant Program. The Report Finds That Program Participants Earned Degrees At Slightly Higher Rates Than Similar Students, But That A Decreasing Amount Of Tennesseans Are Applying For And Participating In The Program.

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Study Examines Cost Of College Course Materials In Tennessee

Part Of The Rising Cost Of College In Tennessee Is The Cost Of Textbooks And Course Materials. The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability Recently Released A Study On The Issue.

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Tennessee Public Schools Spent Nearly $10K Per Pupil In 2019-2020 School Year

New Data from The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability Shows Tennessee Public Schools Spent An Average Of $9,753 Per Student During The 2019-20 School Year.

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Average Annual Tennessee Teacher Salary Eclipses $52K

The Average Public School Classroom Teacher In Tennessee Made $52,596 During The 2019-20 School Year, According To A New Report From The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability.

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Online College In Tennessee More Expensive Than Attending In Person

College Students In Tennessee Pay More To Do Their Schooling Online Than They Do To Attend Courses In Person, A Report From The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability Showed.

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