Join CLEE Staff on August 11 from 6-8pm at the Embassy Suites in west Knoxville to ways to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities in Knoxville. Mayor Madeline Rogero plans to attend – make your voice heard! Click on the header to register or for more information,
Center staff member Duren Thompson was a featured speaker at FlipCon 2015, on July 13-15th. Focused on “flipped learning,” her presentations highlighted the Center efforts to improve the quality of PD for adult literacy practitioners, as well as strengthen adult learners’ skills for college and career transition.
CLEE’s Self-Advocacy Curriculum and support services assist Nashville students in making a successful transition from high school to career or college.
CLEE Publication: Helping Children Learn in the Primary and Elementary Years – MATH: A Guide to the Common Core State Standards for Parents and Students. Developed in partnership with the Tennessee State Personnel Development Grant, project headed by CLEE’s Dr. Reggie Curran.