Tennessee Charter School Center Awarded Seven Leaders through Virtual Celebration
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Charter School Center (TCSC) honored seven school and community leaders from across the state through its 2021 Charter Champion Awards program.
Each year, TCSC recognizes the notable work of public charter school leaders, teachers and advocates. TCSC presented the awards virtually on its social media channels.
TCSC presented the following awards:
“We are thankful for the teachers, administrators and advocates that have worked tirelessly to make charter schools a place for student to receive a high-quality public education,” said Dr. Maya Bugg, CEO of the Tennessee Charter School Center. “Although in many ways it feels like we have returned to a new normal this year, educators have still had to expertly navigate the twists and turns that the pandemic has presented. This virtual event is our way of continuing to say, ‘Thank you.’”
2021 Charter Champion Award finalists included:
Announcement videos can be found on TCSC’s social media using the handle “tncharters” on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
ABOUT THE TENNESSEE CHARTER SCHOOL CENTER As the state's primary charter school support organization, the Tennessee Charter School Center (TCSC) is leading the movement for effective policy, excellent schools, quality operators & informed communities. We are driven by our mission to serve students and families, advocate for the conditions and resources that facilitate quality, and represent a coalition of schools that are committed to the values of equity, diversity, collaboration, integrity, and excellence we stand for. Our vision is for all students in Tennessee to have access to a high-quality public education. Learn more at www.tnchartercenter.org.