" At this point, she said, schools will receive no library money for the next four years, no textbook money for four years, no professional development for four years, decreasing classroom-supply money for three years (last year teachers received $135 per teacher), no money to schools for common supplies for four years as well as higher student-teacher ratios, which could be detrimental to the system."
"Knox County Public Library, in partnership with the East Tennessee Historical Society, is pleased to have received two Awards of Excellence last week from the Tennessee Association of Museums (TAM) for educational programming and publications surrounding its recent exhibit on Abraham Lincoln."
The College of Mass Communication showed off two of its prized recent additions Thursday: the Center for Innovation in Media and a new, high-definition Mobile Production Lab for Electronic Media Communication.
"Artist show and tell, card swap is Friday The Arts Council of Williamson County’s Brown Bag Lunch Bunch is inviting members and nonmembers to bring their artwork for a show-and-tell event. The group will meet 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday in the main conference room of the Williamson County Public Library..."
"Mayor Carolyn Bowers (’68, ’79) was inducted Tuesday, April 10 during the APSU chapter’s initiation ceremony. As part of a permanent tribute, her name will be displayed on a plaque housed in the Woodward Library on the main campus."
"f you're a resident of Tennessee, the State Library and Archives and the TennShare consortium make a variety of online books, articles, newspapers, and more, freely available to you through the Tennessee Electronic Library, or TEL."
" A journalist, teacher and smiling presence in the life of many Memphians passed away this week. Erma Lee Laws, a long time columnist for the Tri-State Defender, died at Methodist University Hospital on Monday, April 9.
....Laws was one of the original board members of the National Civil Rights Museum and also served on the board of the Memphis and Shelby County Public Library system...."
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