May 2014

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By Curtis Cooley I enrolled in WGU Tennessee’s Teachers College not only for myself and my career, but also to be a better role model for my children. When I found out that my oldest son had dyslexia, a disability I share with him, I knew it wasn’t fair for

By Rebecca Hergert I love teaching, and I’ve always had a desire to help the next generation of nurses prepare for their careers. So, when a friend told me about WGU Tennessee’s M.S. Nursing–Education specialty, I jumped at the chance to hone my skills and become an even more effective

By Thom Mason and Kimberly Estep, Special to The Commercial Appeal Parents and teachers alike hear the teenage complaint: “Why do I have to know this? When will I ever need long division (or frog anatomy, or the principles of the conservation of energy)?” Dr. Deanna Pickel is in a

By Dr. Kimberly K. Estep WGU Tennessee Chancellor In my capacity as chancellor of WGU Tennessee, I try to stay abreast of emerging trends and topics in the field of higher education. Often, I find myself reading about surveys and studies with little relevance to the everyday lives of students.

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