Marsha Barnett received her Bachelor and Master's degree from Middle Tennessee State University. She retired from teaching after 30 years in the classroom. Nine years were in Wayne County and twenty one years in Sumner County. Marsha taught kindergarten for twenty eight years and second grade for two years. As a teacher she served as a mentor to several student teachers. She was one of the first 21st Century Classroom teachers and a Career Level III teacher.
Upon retiring she spent a few years enjoying golf, bridge, and traveling. She recently returned to the field of education as a university supervisor for student teachers for Tennessee State University. She is also serving as a Master Clinician and Nationally calibrated Teacher Performance Assessment scorer for TSU.
She is excited about being part of the TN Board of Regents Ready2Teach program.
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