Group is also collecting cards for health care workers
East Tennessee State University Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy is producing hand sanitizer to help ETSU Health clinics and first responders curb shortages and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
ELIZABETHTON — Local small business owners can receive some free information on what types of assistance is available to help businesses weather the recent problems created by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Weeks after the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools across the state, local and state education officials have started to rethink some of their policies.
A group of faculty and students in East Tennessee State University’s Department of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology have created an outreach program that will continue to help children and families who are dealing with communication disorders.
Dr. Pamela Evanshen from East Tennessee State University is the co-author of “Room to Learn: Elementary Classrooms Designed for Interactive Explorations,” published by Gryphon House. Her co-author is Dr. Janet Faulk, a retired faculty member from Milligan College.
The Gray Fossil Site in Gray, Tennessee, is famous for preserving the remains of a 5-million-year-old Appalachian ecosystem.
Mitziann Stiltner, an 11th-grade English instructor at Science Hill, has been a teacher for 16 years now, but she’s never had to adjust her teaching methods as much as recently.
This week’s qualifying deadline for the Aug. 6 general election set up a pair of interesting three-way races for the two seats on Unicoi County school board and for the republican nomination for Tennessee’s 4th District House of Representatives seat.
Two East Tennessee State University campus community members tested positive this week for COVID-19, according to a Thursday announcement from the university.
ELIZABETHTON — In response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Elizabethton will continue online classes and there will be no in-person classes and labs through April 30.
East Tennessee State University has announced it has two cases of the novel coronavirus among the campus community — one student and one employee.
Noland said there “will be no tuition increase for the upcoming academic year” due to the uncertainty caused by the pandemic.
Effectively interacting via a computer screen with students with severe disabilities who are often difficult to engage when they were seated beside you in the same room has proved to been extremely difficult, even for the highly trained teachers assigned to the most challenged 1 percent of Tennessee’s special education students.
ELIZABETHTON — The Carter County School System is still transporting school lunches to children during the time the schools are not in session because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), but the plans to extend the delivery has been pulled back.
Mar 30, 2020 at 9:54 PM