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‘Race to the Top’ Funds Can’t Plug Budget Holes, and Won’t Create New Ones Later, Bredesen Says

by / on May 14, 2010

Governor Phil Bredesen is reminding people that federal “Race to the Top” funds can’t be used to plug budget holes. That’s after Tennessee was chosen to receive a federal $500 million for classroom innovation.

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Vanderbilt Dean Testifies During Congressional Hearing

by / on April 19, 2010

A Vanderbilt University professor told Congressional lawmakers that the proper education of teachers, as well as students, is the key to creating a No Child Left Behind system that will have greater impact across the country.

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Race to the Top Proposal Has Support of All Gubernatorial Candidates

by / on January 21, 2010

Governor Phil Bredesen says he’s confident the programs proposed in the state’s Race to the Top application will be supported by his successor, if the state wins the massive federal education grant.

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NCATE Changes Follow Board of Regents’ Example

by / on June 23, 2009

Education majors at TBR institutions are beginning to take significantly fewer courses in how to teach. Instead, they spend a full year’s residency in schools, instead of a single semester of student teaching.

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