Middle Tennessee State University and Rutherford County Schools updated a 2006 agreement about the Homer Pittard Campus School that makes admission to the school more..
Leah Solomon remembers when her mother, Gretchen, enrolled at MTSU’s College of Education. Solomon was in elementary school, soaking up inspiration from her mom’s studies...
Rutherford County Schools recognized two Middle Tennessee State University alumnae with top honors to close out the latest academic year. Judy Goodwin, Barfield Elementary School..
Supporters of the little learners of MTSU’s Ann Campbell Early Learning Center can “Saddle Up” to ride around the range when they join a drive-thru..
A well-rounded education incorporates both arts and sciences to give students the tools to build the careers — and the lives — they want. MTSU’s..
MTSU faculty appeared on WGNS Radio’s “Action Line” program recently to talk about a nationally ranked teacher training program, a renewed five-year plan to enhance student..
Kimberly Evert, the secondary Ready2Teach program coordinator at MTSU’s College of Education, has gotten creative to provide her students with meaningful teacher training during COVID-19...
The MTSU College of Education’s “Teacher Candidate HUB,” which remains open with COVID-19 safety protocols in place, offers an amenity-filled workspace reserved exclusively for its..
An MTSU art education teacher and her students are feeling pretty “blue” about a charming new stop-motion animated video about global warming they and Tennessee School for the Blind students..
Each news brief or viral video seems more shocking than the last. Customers barge into a newly reopened ice cream shop, bullying a frightened teenage..
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