Sheriff Jim Hammond, members of the HCSO, and the Hamilton County Department of Education will officially kick off the Sheriff’s new school initiative, the Sheriff’s School LAWS Program on Thursday, Feb. 18, at 7:20 a.m. The HCSO School LAWS Program is a new initiative and stands for “Law Enforcement Actively Working in Schools” and was created by Sheriff Jim Hammond to increase law enforcement’s presence in our local schools ... (click for more)
Public school is not free in Nigeria. Lee University alum Emmanuel Okenye experienced this firsthand while growing up in the town of Ikorodu, and he often had to skip meals in order to pay for his education. Years later, in an effort to offer better education and health care to children in ... (click for more)
Dr. Kimberly Estep, WGU Tennessee chancellor, and Dr. Flora Tydings, Chattanooga State president, celebrated and re-signed an articulation agreement Friday that has allowed more than 70 Chattanooga State Community College faculty, staff, and graduates to further their education. “Chattanooga ... (click for more)
February 11, 2016
Chattanooga State’s Economic and Community Education Department is partnering with Cleveland State Community College to offer a 30-hour Limited Residential Contractor Licensing class. The ... (click for more)
Maintaining Dalton State’s Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business Accreditation keeps the College in an elite group that can offer business students a higher quality education. ... (click for more)
Nearly 300 students from throughout the state will begin competing this month for the opportunity to represent their schools at Tennessee History Day. Tennessee History Day is an ... (click for more)
Should the city stop funding for the Violence Reduction Initiative?