TEA had a conference call Wednesday morning with Dr. Sara Morrison, Executive Director of the Tennessee State Board of Education, and board staff on proposed emergency rules.
April 7, 2020 || NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Education Association Executive Director Carolyn Crowder is retiring from the association.
After hundreds of TEA members and parents took issue with a public survey sponsored by the state department of education, loaded and leading questions have been removed and the survey reconstituted.
Ensuring funding for educator paychecks and benefits is a TEA priority. Amid historic economic uncertainty, it is critical that members understand the measures taken to ensure incomes and jobs continue regardless of school building status.
TUEAC meeting will take place at the TEA building.
The 2020 TEA Representative Assembly will be held May 15-16 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Murfreesboro.