Tennessee Awards $162.7M In Broadband, Digital Grants

Tennessee Announced Another $162.7 Million In Broadband And Digital Grants Recently. That Makes $715 Million That The Tennessee Department Of Economic And Community Development Has Awarded In Recent Years.

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Tennessee To Hand Out $185M In Broadband Grants With Federal Funds

Tennessee Plans To Hand Out $185 Million In Broadband Grants From Federal Funds Assigned To The Tennessee Department Of Economic And Community Development.

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Analysis Shows Some TN Students Lost Months Of Learning Between 2019 – 2022

A New Analysis Of Data From The Nation’s Report Card Shows That Tennessee Students Lost, On Average, What Equals Five Months Of Math Learning Between 2019 And 2022 While The State’s Students Lost Four Months Of Reading Learning.

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Tennessee Serves Provides Meals For Families In Distress

Tennessee Serves, An Initiative Led By The State’s First Lady Maria Lee, Has Provided Meals To Just Under Two Hundred Thousand Families In Need. The Initiative Is In Partnership With The Five Feeding America Affiliates In Tennessee And So Far Has Provided 191,713 Meals.

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Centerville, Clifton and Clinton Accredited As Tennessee Main Street Communities

Tennessee Department Of Economic And Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe Announced This Week That Centerville, Clifton And Clinton Have Achieved Tennessee Main Street Accreditation.

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21 Tennessee School Districts Win Grants For Innovative High School Models

The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced That 21 School Districts Are To Be Awarded Grants For The Innovative High School Models Program. The Initiative Is Meant To Help Prepare High School Students For Jobs And Careers In Their Own Communities.

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Blackburn Leads Delegation In Support Of TN Disaster Declaration

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn Led The Tennessee Delegation In A Letter To The White House Supporting Governor Bill Lee’s Request For A Major Disaster Declaration To Address The Deadly Storms That Occurred From March 25 Through April 3, 2021.

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