In recent years, state education officials have cited the need for more diversity among educators in local school districts.
Local instructors joining this group include Tiffany Hogan, Johnson City Schools; Michael Hubbard, Kingsport City Schools; and Aaron Bible, Greeneville City Schools.
Large-scale TNReady issues that Tennessee officials feared was an apparent cyber attack this spring instead originated with an unauthorized change the state's vendor made to its systems.
One of the 110th Tennessee General Assembly’s final actions was the passage of legislation that holds teachers and students harmless
Updated May 19, 2018 at 6:29 PM
Experts say the shortage of special education teachers is a prevalent problem in some of the most rural areas of East Tennessee, and some educators believe that a newly-proposed mandate by the Tennessee Board of Education could create more problems for hiring and retaining special education teachers in the midst of this shortage.
After a day of login issues and alleged cyber attacks, Johnson City and Washington County school officials said Wednesday’s TNReady standardized testing went much smoother than the day before.
Instead of evaluating the performance of students and teachers, Tennessee Education Commissioner Candice McQueen and Questar CEO Stephen Lazer were the ones being assessed Tuesday for their roles in the TNReady statewide testing fiasco.
According to a recent press release from Johnson City Schools, students at Science Hill High School are doing well on end of course tests, compared to the rest of the state.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Department of Education has clarified its findings in a recent report that found one in three high school students graduated without meeting the state’s requirements.
The Tennessee Department of Education released its system-wide 2015-2016 report cards Tuesday, giving area education administrators a chance to view progress made and consider avenues for improvement.
The Tennessee Department of Education has terminated its contract with the company running the state's new TNReady standardized test.
ELIZABETHTON — The Tennessee Department of Education released district report cards across the state on Thursday.