Day: March 15, 2021

Tennessee Department of Education Announces School Districts selected to participate in Reading 360

The Tennessee Department of Education announced the 48 districts selected to participate in the optional, Pre-K–12 Literacy Implementation Networks, part of the state’s Reading 360 initiative to help boost strong reading skills amongst Tennessee students. As part of Reading 360, eight regional implementation networks will consist of 48 districts with the overarching goal of supporting the implementation …

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Tennessee Revenues Continue to Climb

Tennessee revenues continued to exceed projections and grew year-over-year again last month, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The Department of Finance and Administration says February revenues totaled $1.1 billion, which is $112.7 million more than the state received in February 2020 and $190.9 million more than the budgeted estimate. The growth rate for February checked in …

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Thousands of Volunteers in Tennessee to Plant More than 50,000 Trees

In what organizers believe is the largest community tree planting event in America, thousands of volunteers have registered to plant more than 50,000 native trees including every county in the state during Tennessee Tree Day, taking place March 20, 2021. The event includes 112 community tree pickup sites and more than 4,000 individual tree-planting locations. …

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