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TCAT $16M project completed in Elizabethton

TCAT $16M project completed in Elizabethton

July 30th, 2014 3:53 pm by Staff Report

The 50th anniversary of the college will be celebrated in 2015.

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TCAP results: Tennessee students in grades 3-8 struggle in reading

TCAP results: Tennessee students in grades 3-8 struggle in reading

July 30th, 2014 2:10 pm by Associated Press

The state released results from the 2014 Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program on Wednesday.

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Where did summer go? School starts next week

Where did summer go? School starts next week

July 30th, 2014 9:47 am by Elizabeth Saulsbury

The school year will begin with a half day on Monday in Johnson City.

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ETSU Center hopes to clarify Appalachian misconceptions

ETSU Center hopes to clarify Appalachian misconceptions

July 26th, 2014 10:04 pm by Elizabeth Saulsbury

In news, television, movies and popular culture, Appalachia is often depicted as drug-addicted, dirty, uneducated and impoverished. But the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services and The Appalachian Project are on a mission to change that.

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Huffman weighed shutting down embattled Tennessee Virtual Academy

Huffman weighed shutting down embattled Tennessee Virtual Academy

July 26th, 2014 4:44 pm by Joey Garrison, The Tennessean

In a standoff over a struggling statewide cyber school, Tennessee Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman says he weighed pulling the plug altogether.

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Core concerns: Legislators, educators gather as Haslam meets with county school staff

Core concerns: Legislators, educators gather as Haslam meets with county school staff

July 25th, 2014 11:21 pm by Nathan Baker

Trust, and the lack thereof, was the topic of concern Friday afternoon among a group of teachers, legislators and a school board member gathered outside the Washington County School District central office before Gov. Bill Haslam and Education Commissione

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Stoney Creek middle school project in balance: School officials disagree with Carter Co. mayor's budget veto

Stoney Creek middle school project in balance: School officials disagree with Carter Co. mayor's budget veto

July 25th, 2014 11:38 am by John Thompson

"... his veto decision could set back our plans for a new middle school by a year" - Carter Co. Board of Education Chairman Ron McAmis

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Multidisciplinary biomedical research center coming to ETSU

Multidisciplinary biomedical research center coming to ETSU

July 25th, 2014 9:46 am by Contributed - ETSU

The center will study inflammation, infectious disease and immunity.

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ETSU, Johnson City to agree on terms for Freedom Hall use

ETSU, Johnson City to agree on terms for Freedom Hall use

July 24th, 2014 9:21 pm by Nathan Baker

The contract is not yet finalized between Johnson City and East Tennessee State University for the men's Buccaneers basketball team to play its upcoming season at home in the Freedom Hall Civic Center, but from Wednesday's fanfare, both parties expect it

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Gov. Haslam to meet selected educators, prompting Hill, Van Huss to offer counter gathering

Gov. Haslam to meet selected educators, prompting Hill, Van Huss to offer counter gathering

July 24th, 2014 9:03 pm by Nathan Baker

What organizers are calling an outdoor gathering Friday in the parking lot of the Washington County School District's central office is intended to shed light on a closed-door meeting taking place inside between the governor and selected school officials.

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