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Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn has announced that 74 Tennessee high schools are leading the way in the state to become the first to receive a pathways certification from the Tennessee Department of Education. This certification recognizes strong alignment between high school programs of study offered, postsecondary partners, and high-quality employment opportunities in their region.
The programs that are certified: Coffee County Schools STEM Pathway at Coffee County Central High School. Franklin County Schools Mechatronics Pathway at Franklin County High School and Machining Technology Pathway at Franklin County High School. Lincoln County Schools Machining Technology Pathway at Lincoln County High School and Welding Pathway at Lincoln County High School.