Alumnus Trey Duke featured on latest Murfreesboro ...

Alumnus Trey Duke featured on latest Murfreesboro ‘The Insider’ podcast

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MTSU College of Education alumnus Trey Duke, Murfreesboro City Schools director, shares priorities and leadership goals for the new school year on the latest edition of the city of Murfreesboro’s “The Insider” podcast, according to a city news release. 

Trey Duke, alumnus, director, Murfreesboro City Schools

Dr. Trey Duke

Duke joined MCS in 2019 to coordinate the opening of Salem Elementary and to serve as principal. Previously, he served as the coordinator of Federal Programs and Response to Intervention with Rutherford County Schools. He also served as the coordinator of Instructional Technology and RTI as well as a principal at Smyrna Elementary. Duke holds an Ed.D. in assessment, learning, and school improvement from MTSU as well as his master’s in educational leadership.

Listen to “The Insider” at “The Insider,” the city’s official podcast, is also available for viewing on YouTube

This edition of Insider features:

  • How the city district is working to bridge the “learning gap” following the COVID-19 pandemic
  • The five main district priorities for the new school year
  • Murfreesboro City Schools approach to handling social distancing and other CDC guidelines
  • What MCS staff and families need to know about Duke’s leadership 
  • Federal stimulus funding and student learning

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This latest edition of “The Insider” is available via Podbean, Spotify, Apple Podcast and “Amazon Music/Audible.”  Podcasts can be accessed on the city of Murfreesboro’s website. Just click the “Podcast” link on the bottom of the homepage under “Connect With Us” then click the latest episode or listen to previous episodes.

“The Insider,” hosted by MTSU alumnus Mike Browning, originates from City Hall, and is produced by award-winning producer Michael Nevills.

Murfreesboro CityTV can be found on Comcast Channel 3 and 1094, AT&T U-verse channel 99, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV via Cablecast Screen weave, YouTube, and the City website