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The event is an opportunity for WGU Tennessee to thank legislators for forming the partnership in 2013 that established our online, nonprofit university, and to give them updates on the partnership’s progress.
The group discussed their WGU Tennessee experience with more than 20 elected officials – including Rep. Debra Moody, Rep. Roger Kane, Sen. Mark White, Sen. Eddie Smith and many others from the Senate and House Education committees. WGU Tennessee’s flexibility, affordability and faculty support were cited – among other factors – as reasons for the university’s early success.
WGU Tennessee has come a long way in a short period, filling the supporting role in the Drive to 55 envisioned by Gov. Bill Haslam and the General Assembly. Some stats that may have surprised legislators include:
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