Jeff McCann, two-time alumnus and current doctoral candidate of Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Education, was recently named the school choice coordinator for Rutherford County..
For Kevin Krahenbuhl, director of the Assessment, Learning and Student Success doctoral program at Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Education, the program hitting its 10-year milestone means a..
MTSU College of Education alumna Kay Martin was recently named deputy director for Rutherford County Schools. “Dr. Martin has an exceptional track record as a school and district leader,”..
The National Council on Teacher Quality recently recognized MTSU’s Department of Elementary and Special Education with an A+ distinction for using the most effective, research-based methods of reading instruction. ..
The June 2023 edition of Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is heating up for summer with news about undergraduate..
Seventeen young males from Oakland Middle School recently completed the first Emerging Leaders Academy — a mentorship program launched this spring between MTSU’s Center for Fairness, Justice and Equity, Oakland..
One of the most important elements of MTSU’s top-rated teacher preparation program — ranked the No. 1 producer of the most effective teachers in Tennessee by the..
Donald Snead, education professor and chair of the Womack Educational Leadership Department, was interviewed on this month’s “Out of the Blue” episode about bringing a previously..
Tameka Ellington, motivational speaker, educator and professional development strategist, will be at MTSU’s College of Education next week to speak about the importance of building relationships with..
MTSU’s College of Education has opened registration to a free information session Thursday, Feb. 9, about a special doctoral program that prepares successful candidates to make a..
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