• The Top Five Engaging Posts on SCORE Sheet in 2016

    December 29th, 2016 by

    As the year closes, we take time to look back at the SCORE Sheet posts that prompted and shaped online conversation on education in Tennessee as measured by views and engagement on these posts.

  • Letter from Jamie Woodson: SCORE Education Impact Series Begins with the Military and National Security

    December 14th, 2016 by

    The SCORE Education Impact Series aims to inform and inspire action to advance greater K-12 student achievement in Tennessee. By working across fields to improve Tennessee education and open more doors for all students, we are also working toward the future security and success of our state and our country.

  • Five Things Tennessee Parents Need to Know About ESSA

    December 12th, 2016 by

    Over the next several weeks, Tennesseans have the opportunity to offer community feedback on the state’s ESSA plan at town hall meetings hosted by the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE). But if you aren’t closely following federal education policy you may be wondering, “What is ESSA?How do you even pronounce that? And most importantly, what does this mean for Tennessee students?” Don’t worry – you’re definitely not alone. But by the end of this post, you’ll have answers to all those questions and more.

  • Ready to Serve: Education’s Impact on Our Armed Forces

    December 6th, 2016 by

    There is a national security crisis facing our country. This crisis isn’t a threat from overseas but something that is happening inside our national and state borders. It is the crisis of our youth population being unqualified to serve in our armed forces.

The SCORE Sheet is the online conversation on public education reform in Tennessee and is hosted by SCORE. The blog mirrors SCORE’s collaborative nature and features contributors from Tennessee and across the country including students, parents, teachers, policymakers, community groups, and members of SCORE’s team. Regardless of perspective, contributors share a common goal: that every child graduates from high school prepared for college or the workforce.

Posts on The SCORE Sheet are the opinions of the individual contributors and are not necessarily reflective of the opinions and positions of the State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE).