Tennessee shall allow for students to earn credit for their outside-the-classroom learning.

Tennessee allows “Extended learning” which means an out-of-classroom learning experience that allows for experiential learning through approved off-campus educational opportunities.

The State Board of Education is required to adopt a policy regarding extended learning opportunities.

What is extended learning?

“Extended learning” means an out-of-classroom learning experience that provides a student with:

  • Enrichment opportunities outside of a classroom;
  • Career readiness or employability skills, including internships and
    apprenticeships; or
  • An out-of-classroom educational opportunity approved by the state board or host LEA;

Who can become a provider?

A business, industry, educator, nonprofit entity, for-profit entity, trade association, branch of the United States armed forces, LEA, charter school, charter management organization, institution of higher education, or state agency that is approved by the state board to offer individual courses in person or online and that is included in the listing of providers in the course access catalog.

Which students are eligible?

Information coming soon.

Who approves provider applications?

Information coming soon.

In New Hampshire, the Learn Everywhere program allows Seacoast United to offer student athletes physical education credit through their participation in various team sports.

To find out when Learn Everywhere policies may be introduced in your state, please complete the below form.