Such a Time as This

I should be sleeping, but I am too awake and have too much to say. Like many of you, I spent the day hot-mess home-schooling. Maybe yours was Pinterest-worthy. Mine resembled more of a dumpster-fire. And while I was "teaching" the little people in my home as if I never taught a day in my … Continue reading Such a Time as This

Franklin Elementary School Hosts Suffragette Museum

In learning project they will never forget, 3rd and 4th grade students along with community members learned about the historic Suffragette movement in Tennessee.

Keeping Student Discipline on the Legislative Agenda

We need more community support and cohesive education policies statewide that enables educators, schools and districts to address critical issues such as student discipline.

Social Media Guidelines

Social media and networking sites such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook are great ways to connect and share educational resources to enhance the classroom experience. We at Professional Educators of Tennessee, encourage teachers, students, staff, and other school community to use these platforms. We know these tools to be valuable both in and out of … Continue reading Social Media Guidelines

Are Changes in Educator Prep on the Horizon?

As educators, we are concerned about the quality and quantity of applicants entering the field of education. Our members have often been catalysts for innovative solutions to the many challenges facing education. This is why we take an interest in the next generation of educators and why we strive to improve their experience and support … Continue reading Are Changes in Educator Prep on the Horizon?