MSCS Named Best For All District by the Tennessee Department of Education

Memphis-Shelby County Schools (MSCS) has been named a “Best for All” District by the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE). The recognition highlights our commitment to Reimagining 901 and implementing high impact initiatives/resources to create successful pathways for our scholars to flourish. 

To qualify for this recognition, a district must participate in the TN ALL Corps tutoring grant program no later than the start of the 2022-23 school year, and commit to spend at least 50% of their ESSER 3.0 award amount on proven, research-based strategies to raise student academic achievement. 

TN All Corps

High dosage/low ratio tutoring sessions during the school day have been implemented to create high-impact learning experiences for students, focusing on re-teaching content, and connecting prerequisite skills to grade-level content. 

ESSER Commitments

The District has begun solidifying approximately $503 million in Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding. As MSCS reimagines education, schools, and communities, we’re continuing to use research-based strategies over the next 3-5 years to address equitable academic opportunities and learning gaps with COVID-19 relief funding. For more information on how MSCS is using ESSER funds, click here.

As a Best for All District, MSCS will receive operational and financial benefits, as outlined by the TDOE here.




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