Local school districts will soon take advantage of a new state initiative established to connect prospective teachers with public schools.
The Johnson City Board of Education held a special informational meeting Tuesday to discuss possible budget concerns and data discrepancies ahead of Monday’s full board meeting.
The following is a roundup of where graduation ceremony plans stand as of Thursday.
The state planned to start issuing vouchers a year earlier than expected at the request of Gov. Bill Lee, but the court’s decision will now enjoin the state from implementing the program.
Local school districts are looking to receive extra funds from the state to help students with special needs continuing their school year remotely amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which closed schools across the state.
Future teachers studying in the East Tennessee State University Clemmer College of Education are now offering help to local public school students as they continue their courses remotely amid school closures.
Schools were ranked on graduation rates, college readiness and testing results.
Frustration is mounting as more families across the U.S. enter their second or even third week of distance learning — and some overwhelmed parents say it will be their last.
Gov. Bill Lee has asked state Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn to oversee a COVID-19 Child Well-being Task Force to provide support to students during the pandemic.
When it comes to preparing and distributing thousands of meals for children during school closures, Liberty Bell Middle School Cafeteria Manager Sarah Fried said she likes to call it “organized chaos.”
Gov. Bill Lee is now recommending that Tennessee schools stay closed through the remainder of the academic year.
In her 37 years teaching, David Crockett English teacher Lesley Allen has learned that educators and students often have to adapt to overcome challenging times.
Weeks after the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools across the state, local and state education officials have started to rethink some of their policies.
Classes have been moved online, and all activities have been canceled until April 27.
Science Hill High School students don’t have the chance to redo their middle school years, but they now have the opportunity to help current middle school students get through some of their struggles. A new program at Science Hill is part of Debbie Mottern’s Topper Summit class which partners Science Hill seniors with Liberty Bell students to provide an extra layer of support.