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Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents
June 14, 2018
Will third time be a charm? Tennessee searches again for online testing company
After another bumpy year, the state will seek proposals from one or more companies to take over TNReady testing in the 2019-20 school year.
change of plans
June 11, 2018
With A-F grades off the table, Tennessee gets creative about rating its schools under federal law
Days of online testing problems this spring forced officials to toss out a new A-F grading system to rate the state's 1,700-plus public schools.
April 20, 2018
Four reasons Tennessee likely won’t go back to paper testing
In short, reverting to pencil-and-paper tests would be akin to ordering iPhone users to go back to flip phones. It almost certainly won’t happen.
September 11, 2017
Maryville leader named Tennessee’s Superintendent of the Year
Mike Winstead of Maryville City Schools will now represent the state in the national superintendents competition.
September 13, 2016
Memphis-area school leader named Tennessee’s Superintendent of the Year
David Stephens of Bartlett City Schools is honored by the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents.
September 15, 2015
Williamson County leader chosen Tennessee’s 2016 Superintendent of the Year
Williamson County's Mike Looney will represent Tennessee in the National Superintendent of the Year competition.
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