Tennessee students are among the most likely in the nation to take drugs in high school, according to a recent report from Project Know analyzing Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance data.
The 2018 TBI school crime report found that the overall number of offenses on school campuses increased by nearly 14% from 2016 to 2018. The TBI also reported 73,568 “domestic-related” offenses in 2018, reflecting a decrease of 5.8% from 2017 to 2018.
Days ahead of Independence Day, a new law requiring high school students to pass a civics test before graduation went into effect.
Principal Jamie Gray said he’s excited to kick off this new school year.
Pickering recently emailed the Johnson City Press to tell us more about herself, her work as an educator and experience with the local school system.
Johnson City school board members have recently been brainstorming over funding concerns for the next school year. The main concern on the agenda was teacher raises.
Indian Trail Intermediate School theater instructor Rebecca Edmisten says there’s a lot more to preparing for an original theater production than dress rehearsals and choreography.
The Northeast Tennessee Council on Children and Youth began a series of workshops Friday in Gray to focus on trauma-informed care and adverse childhood experiences.
On Wednesday, the Sulphur Springs native emailed the Johnson City Press to tell us more about himself.
After weeks of biographical research, students at Woodland Elementary School played their favorite historical figures during Thursday’s Science and Social Studies Extravaganza.
University School is ranked as the ninth best high school in Tennessee by U.S. News & World Report in its “Best High Schools” listing.
This past weekend, a group of Ashley Academy students won first place in the Destination Imagination state competition in Nashville, which encourages students to complete various sets of challenges incorporating technical knowledge and fine arts skills.
The House Education Administration Committee heard three education-related bills, all carried by Northeast Tennessee lawmakers, but just one of those proposals advanced to the full House Education Committee.
While some Science Hill students were soaking in their spring break, 18 members of the Science Hill chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America participated in competitive and leadership training events in Chattanooga.
The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office recently released a new report conducted at the request of Sen. Dolores Gresham exploring the effect on public school students when they are taught by ineffective teachers for two consecutive years.