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Editor’s note: This is part of a weekly series of columns written by incoming Cleveland High School freshmen. There was once a room — a white, empty room containing nothing more than a lamp, a … more
The Lee University board of directors recently awarded promotion in rank from associate professor to professor to four faculty members. Those faculty promoted to professor include Dr. Shane … more
Leaders of Cleveland State Community College’s workforce development efforts shared some highlights with the Cleveland Kiwanis Club in a recent noonday gathering. The speakers were Scott … more
Faculty members in Cleveland State’s Advanced Technologies Department participated in summer professional development to stay current in their fields and bring opportunities for certification and … more
STUDENTS AT YATES Primary were greeted by members of the Cleveland High School dance team and cheerleading squad as they returned to school. more
For several years local elementary Art teacher, Mary Ann Poplin, has shared her expertise in Dr. Jo Ann Higginbotham’s Arts across the Curriculum class at Lee University. This year the class … more
NASHVILLE — According to the 2017 Tennessee Educator Survey report released earlier this month, most Tennessee educators believe the evaluation process improves their teaching, and professional … more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Education announced that more school districts are joining the Read to be Ready Coaching Network this year to strengthen our youngest students’ reading … more
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