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Mentors make the difference for college students

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Mentors make the difference for college students


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Former Williamson teacher sues school district, says she was bullied

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Former Williamson teacher sues school district, says she was bullied


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Vanderbilt greats Jay Cutler and Jordan Matthews switching sports and teaming up

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Vanderbilt greats Jay Cutler and Jordan Matthews switching sports and teaming up


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Resignation of Walnut Grove Elementary teacher draws outcry

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Resignation of Walnut Grove Elementary teacher draws outcry


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Academy Park to hold open house Saturday

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Academy Park to hold open house Saturday


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Law could allow guns at Nashville bus hub used by schools

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  • Mentors make the difference for college students
    Mentors make the difference for college students

    , tennessean.com

    As a second-grader, I never thought about attending college. Neither of my parents attended college. In fact, my mom dropped out of high school to marry my dad. While not a college-going household, my parents encouraged my love of reading, fostered my curiosities and demanded academic excellence. They provided the foundation for me to break our family’s cycle and attend college
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Schools

  • After-school fun not just for kicks
    After-school fun not just for kicks

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    Joey Brassell and his wife, Katrina, have seen the need for some time. Now, given the chance, they’re trying to fill it. The Brassells, owners of Joey Brassell’s Family Martial Arts Academy in Springfield, are launching a countywide after-school program for elementary and middle school students this fall. The program will pick up students at their schools and transport them to the academy, provide snacks, assist students with their homework and give them a safe and structured environment
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Students

  • Mentors make the difference for college students
    Mentors make the difference for college students

    , tennessean.com

    As a second-grader, I never thought about attending college. Neither of my parents attended college. In fact, my mom dropped out of high school to marry my dad. While not a college-going household, my parents encouraged my love of reading, fostered my curiosities and demanded academic excellence. They provided the foundation for me to break our family’s cycle and attend college
    Read More ...

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Higher Education

  • Mentors make the difference for college students
    Mentors make the difference for college students

    , tennessean.com

    As a second-grader, I never thought about attending college. Neither of my parents attended college. In fact, my mom dropped out of high school to marry my dad. While not a college-going household, my parents encouraged my love of reading, fostered my curiosities and demanded academic excellence. They provided the foundation for me to break our family’s cycle and attend college
    Read More ...

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Teachers

  • Resignation of Walnut Grove Elementary teacher draws outcry
    Resignation of Walnut Grove Elementary teacher draws outcry

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    The resignation of a Walnut Grove Elementary teacher has outraged parents, former staff and students who believe the teacher was bullied by school administration last school year. More than 1,800 people have signed an online petition in support of Melanie Lemon, a former 2nd grader teacher at Walnut Grove Elementary. Lemon, who began teaching at Walnut Grove Elementary in 2010, said she was unfairly singled out in multiple situations, received an unusually low teacher evaluation and was improperly investigated for allegedly harming a child
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High Schools

  • Golden Tate Skills Camp at PJPII
    Golden Tate Skills Camp at PJPII

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    Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Email Golden Tate Skills Camp at PJPII Golden Tate Skills Camp at Pope John Paul II High School. Sent! Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.
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Colleges

  • Robertson County Schools unveils new education initatives
    Robertson County Schools unveils new education initatives

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    Robertson County Schools has incorporated several new education initiatives with the specific goal of providing students with the ability to access college and career courses prior to graduation. District high schools have worked collaboratively with Vol State College for many years to provide early college course access. Participation in this program has continued to grow as more and more students have recognized the advantages of beginning college-level study while still in high school
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Tertiary Education

  • Robertson County Schools unveils new education initatives
    Robertson County Schools unveils new education initatives

    , tennessean.com

    Robertson County Schools has incorporated several new education initiatives with the specific goal of providing students with the ability to access college and career courses prior to graduation. District high schools have worked collaboratively with Vol State College for many years to provide early college course access. Participation in this program has continued to grow as more and more students have recognized the advantages of beginning college-level study while still in high school
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