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TN Ag offers Specialty Corp Farmers unique scholarships

These scholarships are competitive and target farmers who want to learn how to improve marketing of their specialty crops. This scholarship opportunity is funded through the USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant (SCBG) program.
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Tennessee infrastructure improvement needs total over $38.8B

One of the reasons for the overall increase in the need for public infrastructure was the increase in the estimated cost for transportation improvements, which increased by $917 million (4.4%) to $21.5 billion. At 55% of the e...
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Tennessee names top principal, supervisor of year

Hughes was named the Tennessee Principal of the Year and East Grand Division Winner. Beth Unfried, principal of Norman Smith Elementary in Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools, was named the winner for the Middle Grand Divisio...
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Tennessee Board of Education names Sara Heyburn executive director

“The board was impressed with Dr. Heyburn’s leadership in key areas over the past years. We also have been impressed with her ability to build consensus among different education groups and her willingness to meet with and ...
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Haslam lays out next steps from Education Summit

Academic standards are typically reviewed in Tennessee every six years. With these standards now in their fourth year, and with the discussion happening in Tennessee and across the country about Common Core state standards, Ha...
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Tennessee releases 2014 State Education Report Card

The design of the 2014 Report Card mirrors last year’s Report Card and offers users the ability to create personalized comparisons between schools and districts on a variety of measures, including achievement, ACT scores, gra...
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Governor Haslam: Common Core comes under review

The new Common Core standards in education for English and Mathematics will come under public review in a process laid out by Governor Bill Haslam.
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