NASHVILLE, TN (September 22, 2011) MCA Nashville’s Josh Turner met up with Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and former Senator Bill Frist at the first-ever SCORE Prize (The State Collaborative on Reforming Education) held Tuesday night at the Ryman Auditorium. The winners, three schools and one school district, were recognized for dramatically improving student achievement in spite of the challenges they face. The awards show featured remarks from Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, SCORE Chairman and former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, Tennessee Commissioner of Education Kevin Huffman, and SCORE CEO Jamie Woodson. Turner, a staunch supporter of education, concluded the evening with a performance.
Josh with Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and SCORE CEO Jamie Woodson
Josh with former Senator Bill Frist and his wife Karen