Tennessee Education Commissioner Visits Chattanooga

On Thursday, June 17, Tennessee Department Of Education Commissioner, Penny Schwinn, Paid A Visit To Chattanooga To Host A Roundtable With School Officials And Community Leaders. The Roundtable Was Held To Discuss Ways The Hamilton County School System Can Be Improved.

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TN Refugee Study Committee Outlines Mission Statement & Agenda

On Friday 10AM CST, The Joint Study Committee On Refugee Issues Gathered For Their Introductory Meeting In The Cordell Hull Building In Nashville, TN To Outline Their Mission Statement And To Prepare Their Agenda.

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TN Dept Of Education To Support Teacher Endorsements

The Tennessee Department Of Education Will Be Providing Support To Current Educators So They Can Receive Additional Teaching Endorsements. Teachers Will Be Able To Earn Endorsement In English As A Second Language, Special Education And Secondary Mathematics.

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$2M in Perkins Reserve Grant Awards To Be Shared With 38 School Districts

On Wednesday, June 9, The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced The Perkins Reserve Grant. The $2 Million Dollar Grant Will Be Spread Out Over 38 School Districts In The State To Support Technical And Career Education.

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Department Of Education To Showcase Summer Learning Opportunities

On Tuesday, June 8, The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced A Tour To Showcase Summer Learning Opportunities. The Accelerating TN 2021 Tour Includes 50 School Districts And Will Last For Three Weeks.

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8 Hamilton County Schools Rank In U.S. News And World Report Top 100

The Latest Rankings From U.S. News And World Report Place Eight Hamilton County Schools In The Top 100 In The State Of Tennessee. U.S. News And World Report Also Ranked The Top Schools Within Hamilton County, Itself.

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Tennessee Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On School-Choice Program

Tennessee’s Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments Today On The Legality Of A State School-Choice Pilot Program, 16 Months After Two School Districts Filed A Lawsuit To Shut The Program Down.

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Thousands Of Tennessee Families, Teachers Benefit From Literacy Initiative

The Tennessee Department Of Education Said On Wednesday That They Have Been Able To Provide Reading Training, Support, And Resources To Thousands Of Families And Teachers Across The State In An Effort To Increase Literacy Rates In Students.

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Tennessee Invests $30M To Prepare Students For Work

The Tennessee Department Of Education Is Spending $30 Million In COVID-19 Relief To Help 21 School Districts Create New Paths To Employment For Students Through Its Innovative High School Models Program.

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Tennessee Unveils Plan To Spend $4.2B In Federal COVID-19 Education Relief

Tennessee Is Set To Receive Nearly $4.2 Billion In Taxpayer-supported Federal COVID-19 Relief To Help Schools, And The TN Department Of Education Announced Wednesday How That Money Will Be Spent.

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