July 24th, 2017 by Jeremy Meredith
In June and July, the SCORE team traveled over 1,300 miles across the state–from Memphis to Kingsport, Dyersburg to Pulaski—to hear from hundreds of Tennessee educators, elected officials, and business and community leaders. Through these conversations, SCORE gathered a broad set of perspectives that will help shape a shared vision for student success and identify top actions to pursue.
July 18th, 2017 by Kyle Southern
Recognizing the undeniable link between a student’s health and his or her ability to learn, as well as the higher quality of life enjoyed by people with higher education levels, SCORE has spent the last year looking into research on these issues and partnering with NashvilleHealth to hold the Better Health, Better Learning statewide summit next month.
Letter From Jamie Woodson: Road Trips And Roadmaps: Collaborating To Create A Brighter Future For Tennessee StudentsJuly 13th, 2017 by Jamie Woodson
These conversations allow us to take a closer look at our progress and future goals and gather thoughts from a diverse set of Tennesseans invested in our state’s K-12 education system. They once again deepened our understanding of both the challenges and successes individual communities face when it comes to preparing all students for a successful future.
July 6th, 2017 by Rachel Miklaszewski
The Read to be Ready grant programs has created and grown summer reading camps across the state. The SCORE Sheet visits a campsite in Robertson County to see how this camp fuses experiential learning, parental involvement, and daily reading to create a summer program that's fun and develops students' reading skills.