Public schools in Tennessee are ranked and listed on our city pages. While perhaps not raised and educated in Tennessee, more than 33.00% of state residents hold high school diplomas, with 15.90% having graduated from college and 9.00% completing a postgraduate degree program. Read the articles to learn more about schools and education in Tennessee.
Tennessee students may choose from 51 public colleges, 36 private institutions and 27 technology centers.
This Tennessee city may be the best place to live if you want a higher education.
Discover how the governor’s Drive to 55 initiative helps working adults earn their degrees
The Tennessee Promise program is providing college opportunity to the state's high school students and creating a stronger workforce.
County's reputation for high-quality education extends from the cradle to college.
Freed-Hardeman’s takeover of Dickson's Renaissance Center revitalizes, repurposes facility
Tennessee Promise program opens the door for high school graduates to attend a state community college or college of applied technology for free.
Industry magazine ranks Tennessee in the top four states for business. More than 650 chief executive officers rated all 50 states in three general categories: taxation and regulation, quality of workforce and living environment.
Tennessee is overhauling standards for high school graduates, a move to give students sharper skills as they enter the workforce.
A key component in Tennessee's economic success is its roster of colleges and universities.