Monday, April 08, 2013

Website Will Engage Students & Increase STEM Literacy
A new website has been created in northeast Tennessee to support and share best practices in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education. The subjects taught under the STEM program are getting increased attention in Tennessee. East Tennessee State University and the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network will be collecting and sharing the education advice on the website with 15 northeast Tennessee public school systems. The goal is to engage students, develop a skilled workforce and increase STEM literacy in the region. The site includes links for students and parents to learn more about science, technology, engineering, math and information for educators who want STEM training. (bg)

Thursday, August 28, 2014

  • Parole Sought in Nortorious Sullivan County Massage Parlor Murders
  • Snakes, Bear Sighting Cause Sullivan Elementary to Close Playground
  • Preliminary Hearing set for former Bristol Library Foundation Executive Charged with Embezzlement
  • Phone Thief Arrested in Johnson City
  • Sullivan County Commissioners Fail to Support Highway Worker Lawsuit Settlement
  • Update on ETSU Meningitis Alert
  • Numerous Salmonella Cases Reported in Washington County, TN
  • Kingsport Crash Still Under Investigation
  • Unicoi County Reaches Budget Breakthrough
  • Federal Warrant Leads to Meth Arrests in Bristol
  • ETSU Student Arrested for Shooting at a Johnson City Home
  • Man Arrested in Church Hill For Marijuana Possession and Stolen Car
  • A Hampton Man is Arrested in Johnson City for Selling Drugs
  • A Man is Arrested After JCPD Find Thousands of Pills Under Ex-Wife's Name
  • Kingsport Woman Arrested for Selling Drugs She Obtained From TennCare



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