"The bottom line from this report is that many school districts comply with the minimum legal standards, but those minimum standards are not enough to guarantee student safety," State Auditor Shad White said.
The Tennessee Department of Education released the 2021-22 Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program state-level results, which show how the state’s and districts’ shared commitment to mitigating learning loss and investing in student achievement is helping students to recover and accelerate learning.
Three Tennessee students were named to the 58th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars highlighting the accomplishments of 161 high school seniors in academic, arts and career and technical education fields.
Shelby County government partners are teaming up with University of Memphis’ SMART Center program to open youth mental health tele-suites to provide 30 to 45-minute online counseling services for middle and high school students.
The fellowship pays for college tuition, books, and fees of accounting students for up to three years. In return, the students agree to work at the Office of the State Auditor for at least two years after graduation.