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Education commissioner stresses improvement

Tennessee Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman included Warren County in his tour across the state called Tennessee Believes: The 10,000 Teacher Tour.
Huffman addressed local educators during Wednesday’s professional development day.
Huffman’s tour is to provide encouragement for teachers “as the most crucial part of Tennessee’s goal of becoming the fastest-improving state in the nation.”
Huffman was appointed by Gov. Bill Haslam in April 2011. He visited 136 school districts during the 2011-12 school year and began to speak with industry leaders in regard to their needs from the state’s workforce.
“It’s interesting that all ...


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