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Bradley County's Charleston Elementary STEAM Academy (CESA) soon will get an outdoor classroom after the Board of Education's June 16 approval.“We have a vision of continuing to teach and allow our … more
Tennessee lawmakers this year approved a variety of new laws that impact Tennessee’s public schools. Several of these new laws went into effect Friday, July 1 — the beginning of the new fiscal … more
The Tennessee Department of Education is inviting all Tennesseans to a public rule-making hearing to respond to the proposed rules for the Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement (TISA) … more
Lee University’s Center for English Language Learning (CELL) is offering a free ESL (English as a Second Language) camp for students ages 6-12. The camp will be held July 11-15 from 9 a.m. to 3 … more
Lee University administration has officially denied the Affirming Alum Collective a meeting to discuss a leaked statement regarding sexuality and gender. The AAC, an organization of Lee alumni … more
The PIE Innovation Center, which is slated for a grand opening in late October, has set its rental rates for event spaces. The Conclave, the PIE Center’s multipurpose gym, event center and … more
The state Board of Education has launched the public review period for Tennessee’s Academic Standards for social studies and wants public feedback through July 18.   Tennessee’s … more
Lee University has announced the area students who earned dean's list honors during the Spring 2022 semester. Dean's List recognition is earned by full-time students with a semester grade point … more
Two new members joined the Bradley County Board of Education late Thursday after being appointed by the Bradley County Commission on May 16. Both new members stood with their families as they … more
State Rep. Dan Howell (R-Cleveland) recognized and congratulated the Bradley Central High School Audio Visual Production team on Thursday night during a school board meeting. Howell noted that … more
Lee University recently announced the new John H. and Betty A. Flowers Memorial Scholarship for members of Upsilon Xi, the oldest fraternity on Lee’s campus. The scholarship was initiated by … more
Lee University’s oldest academic unit, the School of Religion, now will be called the School of Theology & Ministry.  The change has been in discussion since 2021, was ratified by the … more
More opportunities for financial assistance for post-secondary education will be available for the upcoming fall semester at Cleveland State Community College. State-funded grants are updating … more
U.S. News & World Report ranked Cleveland High School 62 out of 385 Tennessee high schools academically last year, but lowered it to 89th this year in its “Best U.S. High School … more
Three city schools were named national showcase schools for the Capturing Kids' Hearts (CKH) program this year. Cleveland High and Middle schools previously were recognized for their work with the … more
Cleveland State Community College announced the list of students for the president's list (4.0 grade point average), dean's list (3.5 to 3.99 GPA), and honor roll (3.0 to 3.49 GPA).Bradley … more
Amber Paige Green,  now a former United Christian Academy employee charged with aggravated statutory rape, pleaded not guilty during her arraignment Friday. Green’s attorney waived the reading … more
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