For the past four years, Doak Elementary School teachers and staff have named an Ambassador for the year from the best fifth grade students.
Graduate students in East Tennessee State University’s Storytelling and Communication Studies programs this fall are enjoying a newly revised curriculum that will help them develop skills applicable in a wide segment of the job market.
Tusculum University is ready to help students who are exploring their options for paying for college and how much financial assistance they may need.
Walters State Community College is offering assistance with the admission and financial aid process as part of Scholarship Saturday on Oct. 13.
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A family night of fun at Walters State Night at Myers Pumpkin Path on Oct. 18 will help provide scholarships for students.
In a new Economic Policy Institute paper, chronic absenteeism is linked to low performance.
Jake Sell of Greeneville was one of the student speakers as part of the celebration of reaching a fundraising milestone at Mars Hill University.
East Tennessee State University’s online course offerings in English have been ranked 18th in the nation by TheBestSchools.org.
Kallie Renner, a junior at South Greene High School, has been selected by audition to be a member of the Band for the 2018 National FFA Convention.
An appreciation dinner for Kathy Austin was held Sept. 15 at the Camp Creek Ruritan Pavilion.
Carson-Newman University has recorded its second highest enrollment in its 167-year history.
Tusculum University and Southwest Virginia Community College recently signed an agreement to create a seamless pathway for health science students at the two schools.
Teachers are invited to apply for CenturyLink, Inc.'s grant program that provides assistance with technology in the classroom.
Twenty-six students at Chuckey-Doak High School started a year of learning to be leaders and serving others last Thursday, putting together care packages for those serving overseas in the military.
More than 600 students, faculty, staff and alumni of Tusculum University fanned out into the region on Sept. 19 to provide a day of service through helping others and improving the community.
Tim Shelton, principal at West Greene High School, has been selected to participate in the University of Tennessee’s Administrators Planning Innovation for Rural Education (AsPIRE) school leadership initiative.
“How many of you have used a film camera?” Dr. Karen Fine asked fifth graders at Tusculum View Elementary School on Friday as the students learned about the history of photography.
Schools across the state once again have the opportunity to win money to support their environmental programs through the Good Sports School Challenge.
As if college were not difficult enough, more than one-third of first-year university students in eight industrialized countries around the globe report symptoms consistent with a diagnosable mental health disorder, according to research recently published by the American Psychological Association.
Walters State Community College recently honored two retired instructors whose teaching careers touched the lives of health care professionals throughout East Tennessee – Dr. Donald Lindsey and Dr. Lawrence Kennard.
For the third year in a row, rising first, second, and third grade students who participated in the Read to be Ready summer program showed gains in their reading comprehension and accuracy skills and increased their motivation to read, according to the Tennessee Department of Education.
Three principals from the Greeneville School System have been named to the inaugural class of the Tennessee Rural Principals Network by the state Department of Education.
Johnna Beard, school nutrition director of Greeneville City Schools, has earned the credential of School Nutrition Specialist, the highest qualification offered by the School Nutrition Association.
Tusculum University, the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Walters State Community College and East Tennessee State University have been awarded Veteran Reconnect Grants.
Tusculum University will celebrate a milestone in its 225-year history on Oct. 12 with the inauguration of its 28th president, Dr. James L. Hurley.