Going to School in Knoxville
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CAPS - The College Access and Persistence Services (CAPS) Outreach Center is a product of years of securing external funding in support of outreach services to help students overcome social, academic, financial, and cultural barriers in higher education.
Civil Air Patrol (The United States Air Force Auxiliary) - designed for educators or others involved in promoting aerospace education in classrooms, museums, or other youth organizations. Membership is available to youth and adults between the ages of 12 and 112.
Friends of Literacy - Friends of Literacy is a private, nonprofit corporation that provides financial and volunteer support to adult and family literacy programs in Knox County.
Knoxville Christian School Homeschool (KCS) - KCS is accredited by the Southern Association of Christian Schools (SACS) and the National Christian School Association (NCSA).
Knox County Education Association - The Knox County Education Association provides a support system that guarantees the opportunity for professional growth, secures and improves benefits, and protects the rights of educators of Knox County.
National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI) - NHERI conducts and collects research about homeschooling (home-based education, home schooling), and publishes the research journal called the Home School Researcher. The institute has hundreds of research works documented and catalogued ons home schooling, many of which were done by NHERI.
Tennessee Board of Regents - Purpose is to educate more Tennesseans in order to provide Tennessee with the workforce it needs for sound economic development. The Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) system consists of 46 institutions with a combined annual enrollment of over 200,000 students, making it the nation's sixth largest system of public higher education. TBR's six state universities, 13 community colleges, and 27 technology centers offer classes in 90 of Tennessee's 95 counties.
Tennessee Education Association - the state's largest professional organization representing over 46,000 elementary and secondary teachers, school administrators, education support professionals, higher education faculty, and students preparing to become teachers.
The Smoky Mountain Home Education Association (SMHEA) - This is a Christian led organization serving homeschooling families in eighteen East Tennessee counties including and surrounding Knoxville and Knox County.