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WGU Tennessee – a nonprofit, online university that is part of the Drive to 55 effort – surprised an employee of a local nonprofit with a $10,000 scholarship Tuesday afternoon.
On the Friday before spring break, Emily Stutts walked into the library to find the superintendent, her co-workers, her parents and grandparents and, taking up the most space, a $10,000 check.
Thelma Barker Elementary teacher Emily Stutts is working to finish her masters degree in educational leadership.
WGU Tennessee survey draws on groundwork laid by Drive to 55 initiative, asks voters what Tennessee needs to compete.
A new survey shows Tennesseans want to see a similar, if not increased, investment in college education under Republican Gov. Bill Lee.
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