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  1. Tennessee State Museum to Host 2019 TN Poetry Out Loud Competition

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    Meredith Callis, Arts Education Special Projects Coordinator The Tennessee Arts Commission is excited to hold the 2019 the Poetry Out Loud (POL) State Finals competition in partnership with the Tennessee State Museum in the new site’s Digital Learning and Outreach Center on March 1-2, 2019. The poetry program is introduced at the classroom level, leading […]

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  2. Pegram Elementary could become fine arts magnet school. Here’s what that means.

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    From Kelly Fisher, The Tennessean – Cheatham County School officials are considering whether to turn Pegram Elementary into a fine arts institution in hopes of boosting its enrollment. Director of Schools Cathy Beck said the school board wouldn’t see a detailed plan until about January. If approved, Pegram Elementary would become a fine-arts magnet school beginning in […]

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  3. Dr. Linda Gilbert Named TN Superintendent of the Year

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    By Ann Talbott Brown – Dr. Linda Gilbert, superintendent for Murfreesboro City Schools, is Tennessee’s 2019 Superintendent of the Year. She will go on to represent Tennessee in the 2019 national competition put forth by the American Association of School Administrators. I first met Dr. Gilbert shortly after she left her professorship at Middle Tennessee […]

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  4. 2018-19 Poetry Out Loud Registration Officially Open

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    By Meredith Callis, Arts Education Special Projects Coordinator – The Tennessee Arts Commission is excited to be hosting Poetry Out Loud for the 10thyear. Poetry Out Loud is a nationwide program created by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation, encouraging the study of poetry to high schoolers through a unique competition. […]

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  5. State of the Arts 2018 Music Grant Launches

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    By Chandler Hopper, Classroom Chronicles – If you are a music educator who attended the general session at the Tennessee Music Education Association Annual Conference in April, you witnessed Governor Haslam, Commissioner McQueen, Sarah Trahern (CMA Foundation), Martina McBride, and TMEA Past-President Jonathan Vest make a historic announcement about Tennessee: State of the Arts. State of […]

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