Your Voice is Urgently Needed to Expand PreK
Chattanooga 2.0 Community, At the state capital in Nashville right now, our lawmakers are discussing the merit of giving more Tennessee children access to a quality start to their education. That legislation — Senate Bill 2179 and its companion House Bill 2201 - would dedicate sports betting…
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APPLY HERE for the Director of Student Strategy and Literacy position Chattanooga 2.0 is hiring! We are seeking an experienced education leader with robust knowledge in literacy and best practices in K-12 instruction. If you are someone looking to make a big impact for children and youth…
Our Early Childhood Survey Launches TODAY
Have you raised young children in Hamilton County? CLICK HERE TO Take our Early Childhood Survey.   Today, we are launching a countywide survey to learn more about the experiences of young families in Hamilton County, TN.   The survey covers topics such as: care situations for children…
Meet Jen Bronson, Chattanooga 2.0 Executive Director
Chattanooga 2.0 Coalition Members and Supporters, I am honored and excited to introduce myself as Chattanooga 2.0's new Executive Director. As a two-year member of the coalition myself, I am no stranger to the collective impact mission of Chattanooga 2.0, and have a deep knowledge of the…
Bright Start Launches in Hamilton County
This week, Tennesseans for Quality Early Education (TQEE) announced the launch of the Bright Start TN network and I am proud to share that Chattanooga-Hamilton County has been selected as one of six inaugural Bright Start TN community partners. Chattanooga 2.0 will be the local backbone…
A New “Skill Up” Cohort Approved
Last week the City of Chattanooga’s Health and Education Facilities Board approved supporting a new Skill Up cohort in collaboration with Chattanooga State, The Enterprise Center and the Chattanooga Chamber (through grant funding we received through the Regions’ Foundation). The Skill Up program provides job training…