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A Tennessee educator will once again become the "student"

Methodist Le Bonheur outreach educator Brieana Driskill was suprised with a $10,000 scholarship.

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WMC Action News 5

Le Bonheur employee surprised with $10K scholarship

Brieana Driskill was awarded a $10,000 scholarship to pay for nearly all of her MBA degree at WGU Tennessee.

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WBBJ ABC-7

Chattanoogan Surprised With Local teacher receives $10,000 scholarship for master’s degree

Thelma Barker Elementary teacher Emily Stutts is working to finish her masters degree in educational leadership..

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KNOX NEWS

Higher education, workforce development go hand in hand in Tennessee | Opinion

WGU Tennessee survey draws on groundwork laid by Drive to 55 initiative, asks voters what Tennessee needs to compete.

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THE TENNESSEAN

WGU survey: Tennesseans support Lee increasing student college readiness, technical training

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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WJHL News 11

Daytime Discoveries: WGU Tennessee

Chancellor Estep describes WGU Tennessee and its contributions to the Tri-Cities.

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WBBJ ABC-7

New partnership brings education opportunities

A new partnership is bringing educational opportunities to Jackson-Madison County School System teachers.

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WSMV-TV NASHVILLE

Colleges offering to help displaced Brightwood College students

Just a little over 24 hours after Brightwood College announced it was closing its doors and displacing students and staff with little explanation, other colleges are stepping in to help the students impacted.

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Kingsport Times-News

Scholarships of $10,000 up for grabs

WGU Tennessee will award up to 10 scholarships of $10,000 in 2019.

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Brentwood Home Page

After five years in operation, Tennessee’s online university now has students from every county

WGU Tennessee – the nonprofit, online university launched as part of Gov. Bill Haslam’s Drive to 55 effort – now has students enrolled in all 95 counties in Tennessee.

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