LEBANON, TENNESSEE — For the fourth consecutive year, Wilson County Schools earned all As for achievement in grades 3-eight for math, reading/language arts and science, according to the annual Report Card released by the Tennessee Department of Education. She earned a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and educational specialist degree from Tennessee Technological University and a Doctorate of Education from Tennessee State University. Berry’s earlier experience, all in Kentucky, consists of: mathematics teacher and head football coach at Owen County Higher School and Jeffersontown High College guidance counselor at Shelby County Higher School mathematics teacher at Eminence Ind.
Berry earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky a master’s from Bellarmine University a superintendency certificate from Eastern Kentucky University and a Doctorate of Education from Northern Kentucky University. Cluster 1, and regional director with the Duval County Public Schools, in Jacksonville, Florida executive principal with the Dayton Public Schools in Dayton, Ohio and principal, assistant principal, leadership trainee, and social research teacher with the Columbus Public Schools in Columbus, Ohio.
Should you have any inquiries on how to register in Answer Point, please get in touch with the CTAS Instruction Division at (615) 532-3555. The 2012 state Report Card—posted Thursday on the Tennessee Department of Education website—offers detailed breakdowns of last year’s unprecedented statewide student achievement growth and presents the most current information on graduation rate, demographics and college-level test scores. As the state strives to advance outcomes for all Tennessee students, these outcomes let educators to recognize areas that need the most improvement.
This summer, the department released statewide and district-by-district achievement outcomes, and now Tennesseans can view data by grade level, subject and subgroup for each of the 136 districts and 1,784 schools in the state. Complementing the information released right now in the department’s Report Card, the Tennessee Greater Education Commission released a report card on teacher preparation in Tennessee.
As Tennessee continued to implement its First to the Leading education reforms, functionality on the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) improved for the second year in a row in 2012, as students created the largest gains in the history of the test. Through its regional offices, the division supplies sources, support and expert evaluation to help districts and schools with data-driven interventions. In addition, the report card shows a significant increase in ACT scores and college readiness.