MTSU’s College of Education continues to strengthen its relationship with Murfreesboro City Schools, this time through math literacy training for K-5 teachers who will return to their district..
MTSU’s Assessment, Learning and Student Success doctoral program staff announced a new collaboration with Murfreesboro City Schools this week that provides students with research opportunities in local..
Middle Tennessee State University’s Art and Design Department invites the community to its annual Winners’ Circle exhibition. This yearly event is curated from artwork from..
Eighteen teachers from Murfreesboro City Schools and one from Rutherford County Schools recently received their gifted teaching endorsements after completing the Middle Tennessee State University..
Lifelong activists who helped to create a “community of solidarity” received honors Thursday at MTSU’s 26th annual Unity Luncheon. Five stellar members of the Black community..
A celebration of cultural and ethnic diversity is slated at MTSU’s observance of International Education Week. From Nov. 13 to Nov. 19, the Office of..
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..
For MTSU alumnus Trey Duke, education was a calling. From his first MTSU degree in education in 2003 to his recent appointment as director of..
The MTSU Creamery made a much-needed special delivery of its famous chocolate milk Wednesday morning, April 1, to keep the Murfreesboro City Schools’ CHOW Bus..
Twenty-seven teachers from Murfreesboro City Schools received their Tennessee Employment Standard for Gifted Teaching on March 7 after completing the Middle Tennessee State University/Murfreesboro City..
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