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American Graduate: Let’s Make it Happen is WCTE's commitment to supporting community-based solutions to the dropout crisis.
WCTE's Ready to Learn initiative addresses school readiness in the Upper Cumberland
WCTE’s documentary series, part of American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen, a public media initiative supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to help local communities
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Join WCTE’s Get Ready To Learn host, Cynthia Putman as she shares about the topic of Autism, introduces Julia from Sesame Street, and shares tips for understanding Autism. Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) affect approximately one in every 68 children in the US, but while the ASD diagnosis is common, the public’s understanding of ASD is varied.Read More
Join Cynthia Putman, WCTE’s Get Ready To Learn Radio Host, along with Kristy Keeling WCTE’s Education and Community Impact Manager, and Kaitlin Salyers, Committee Chair for Tennessee Tech University’s upcoming International Festival Window on the World as they discuss this free community event.Read More
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Join Ready To Learn radio show host Cindy Putman as she interviews two second graders from Capshaw Elementary, Gaspar and Juana, as they share about their adventures in school. These two Putnam County School System students have been in the LEAPs program for the past two years.Read More