The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released its annual 'Crime on Campus' publication, detailing the volume...
United States Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) discussed at a hearing Tuesday in the Senate education committee, the process for responding to sexual assault on college campuses.
Department of Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced today (Tuesday, 9/27/16) that nearly 7,500 more postsecondary credits were awarded to Tennessee public school students in 2016 when compared to 2014.
At the state level, the playbook showcases the Tennessee Promise program. The program serves over 16,000 students and is contributing to a 10 percent increase in public higher education enrollment and a 25 percent increase at community colleges throughout Tennessee.
The chairman of the Senate labor committee said that the final "Overtime Rule" released Wednesday "will hurt Tennessee families paying for college, increasing annual tuition at one Tennessee independent college by an estimated $850 per student..."
Under the bill, students would pay the same tuition for all four years in college and any major tuition hike would have to gain unanimous approval by the school's government board.
A move to freeze tuition at public colleges and universities has been advancing in the state Senate.
Parents have plenty of big things to worry about when their child heads off to college...
While "Tennessee Achieves" has been operating a pilot program for the last four years, additional funding helped expand it this year.
Tennessee higher education officials say they'll be forced to continue raising tuition if the state doesn't provide adequate funding to help with costs at their institutions.
A new report from the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury finds that 1,325 veterans have received more than $3.1 million in grant money from 2008-2013.
Tuition increases could be in store for many college students in Tennessee. According to published reports, some public universities, like MTSU, could see increases of between four-and-eight-percent to offset reduced state funding.
A new education initiative proposed by Gov. Bill Haslam will make it tough for graduating high school seniors in Tennessee to find an excuse not to further their education.
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