Knoxville News Sentinel
October 3, 2010 by Post Team
Knoxville News Sentinel, The Knoxville News Sentinel and Scripps Networks are taking together and 200,000 to the Association of Grandes Ecoles and provide additional support in kind for several statewide initiatives over the next five years.
The commitment is vital to the economic future of the community and Tennessee, News Sentinel editor of Birmingham, said Patrick.
The News Sentinel, owned by the EW Scripps Company, has been an advocate of the Great Schools Partnership since its inception. In a prior grant, the newspaper gave to 50,000 for the beginning of the organization. He also contributed in kind, provided that the leadership of key staff members of the Education Summit held by the partnership in 2005.
Scripps Networks based in Knoxville, which has been a leader in livelihoods, recently produced a public service announcement for the first in Tennessee to the top Coalition, which includes initiatives aimed at different areas of school reform.
The ad will air statewide as part of the ongoing campaign of the coalition, “expect more, achieve more. Raising the Bar in Tennessee Schools”
“Innovation has been key to our success here at Scripps, and actively promote innovative approaches to education,” said Scripps Networks President John Lansing.
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