February 28th, 2017 by Erin Glenn
I strongly encourage any and every educator who is interested in working proactively for the needs of their students to apply to the fellowship. You will find this an invaluable experience that will allow you to learn the skills necessary to support the needs of your students and others across the state.
February 27th, 2017 by Rachel Miklaszewski
Anne Haston, an advocate for military families and students, talks to the SCORE Sheet about the intersection between education and the military, some of the unique challenges for military families, and the new AIM High TN initiative in this Coffee and Conversation.
February 22nd, 2017 by Stein Lee
More people need to hear about the needs of your students, and how they deserve more. As teachers, we transform our students and by doing this we create the future. Why not be a part of shaping the educational landscape in Tennessee? You will learn how as a teacher you can make their needs heard beyond your classroom walls and into the ears of those making decisions that directly affect them.
February 21st, 2017 by AIM High TN
Join us in supporting Tennessee’s military families by telling your friends, neighbors, and colleagues about this important initiative and visit our website at www.aimhightn.com.
February 15th, 2017 by Amy Crawford
Finding high quality, engaging, and age-appropriate literature for children, adolescents, and young adults can be daunting, but for families impacted by military service, this challenge is compounded by the unique circumstances surrounding deployment, separation, and reintegration.
February 14th, 2017 by Jamie Woodson
Our 2016-17 State of Education in Tennessee report updates readers with the work from the past year and sets priorities for the year ahead. These priorities form a student-focused “to-do list” to help continue the work to sustain our gains in student achievement and accelerate the pace of improvement in Tennessee.
February 7th, 2017 by SCORE
The State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) today released a list of the top three education priorities for continuing the state’s recent unprecedented student achievement gains in a new report,…
February 1st, 2017 by Peter Tang
Just as teachers learn new approaches to instruction to benefit students, fellows learn new approaches to share their voice on behalf of students. The Tennessee Educator Fellowship is an opportunity for educators to rise to this calling. Fellows learn about emerging education issues that are ripe for empowered teacher voice, the policymaking process, and how to communicate effectively with different stakeholders. They do all of this while doing the most important work of all—serving students in schools across Tennessee.