Education is changing daily in Tennessee, and SCORE communicates regularly about these developments with stakeholders, educators, parents, and the public at large.

SCORE Announces Seventh Cohort Of Complete Tennessee Leadership Institute 

Thirty-two leaders from higher education, K-12 education, government, business, and nonprofit organizations have been selected for the seventh cohort of the Complete Tennessee Leadership Institute (CTLI), a one-year program aimed at equipping community and state leaders with the strategies, tools, and knowledge to play a leading role in eliminating barriers to postsecondary education and completion in Tennessee.


Mansouri: College-Going Decline In Tennessee Demands Action, Urgency

We know that education beyond a high school diploma is critical to the future economic success of our state, to the future economic mobility of Tennesseans, and to ensuring Tennessee students can access great jobs that provide a pathway to a meaningful career. The declining college-going rate numbers released today show that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and a changing economy have had a deeply concerning impact on students and their families, particularly for students of color.


SCORE Poll: Parents Concerned Their Children Have Fallen Behind Academically In The Pandemic

Parents in Tennessee express concerns that students have fallen behind in their learning during the COVID-19 pandemic in a new poll of parents and voters commissioned by the State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE). “We first saw concerns from parents and voters about the impact of COVID on learning in a poll last October, and those concerns have not eased now that a new school year has begun,” SCORE President and CEO David Mansouri said.