Clarksville, TN – Thanks to Austin Peay State University’s statewide, dual enrollment program, GovNow, high school juniors and seniors from across Tennessee can now get a jumpstart on their college careers, and potentially save more than $7,000 on tuition for a four-year degree.
A major component of GovNow (a reference to APSU’s mascot, the Governor) is the incentive that students can earn four college-level classes for free.
Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation Awards Nearly $23,000 in Great Idea Grants to Local Educators
Clarksville, TN – For the past eight years, the Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation has offered Clarksville Montgomery County School System educators the opportunity to compete for funds that benefit their classrooms and special projects in a non-traditional way.
This year, 25 out of 65 applicants were awarded up to $1,000 each to implement their ideas, which will impact CMCSS students both directly and indirectly. Awards received were based on a competitive rubric and its potential impact school-wide or in the classroom.
Clarksville, TN – The Austin Peay State University Office of University Advancement began the process of moving to its new home at 318 College Street on Friday, February 11th.
The building has been formally named the Jenkins Building, in honor of the support provided by the Jenkins family, who owned the property prior to the University acquisition of the property.
Fort Campbell, KY – WinnCompanies, the firm providing property management and maintenance services here at Campbell Crossing, is celebrating more than four decades in business by offering an amazing scholarship opportunity to residents!
The WinningEdge Scholarship, a key part of our WinnCares program, is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) announced today that the number of Tennessee Promise students who enrolled in college for the first time grew in the program’s second year while the majority of the scholarship’s first class of students re-enrolled for a second year of college.
The Tennessee Promise scholarship was the first in the nation to offer graduating high school seniors two years tuition-free at a community or technical college.
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University has announced that Dannelle Walker Whiteside, a distinguished attorney with an impressive national reputation, was recently named General Counsel.
The General Counsel position was created earlier this year to support the University and the Board of Trustees in its new governance structure.
Tennessee Department of Education Outlines Path Forward for All Tennessee Students to be Ready for College and Career
Nashville, TN – Tennessee officials launched a renewed effort Thursday to focus on students’ readiness for life after high school.
At an event at Cane Ridge High School in Antioch that brought together state leaders, industry partners, educators, and students, the Tennessee Department of Education released the Seamless Pathways: Bridging Tennessee’s Gap Between High School and Postsecondary report, which provides recommendations to ensure Tennessee continues to move toward achieving its statewide goals for postsecondary completion set forth by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam through the Drive to 55 initiative.
Clarksville, TN – Sometimes young entrepreneurs are blind to the fact that 90 percent of these ventures end up failing when they see the astounding success of some startup companies, such as Pandora and Uber, can . Every time a company like Snapchat comes on the scene, plenty of others—remember Cuil or Sprialfrog?—quietly disappear.
Portfolios Support Tennessee Department of Education’s Efforts to Provide Personalized Professional Learning for Tennessee Educators
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Education released a new report today that explores the use and expansion of student growth portfolio models, which are an alternative form of educator evaluation that measures student growth. The report summarizes findings from analyses of the scores, the impact of portfolios on teacher practice, and its influence on teachers’ perceptions of evaluation.
Generally, the report finds that portfolio scores are well-aligned to other evaluation scores and suggests that portfolios strengthen the department’s work to create a more accurate, personalized evaluation system for all teachers.
Clarksville, TN – A group of Austin Peay State University students spent a week volunteering on Alternative Break Trips through the APSU Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement at the end of the winter break.
Collectively, these students completed more than 200 hours of community service with several organizations in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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