National School Boards Association Apologizes For Letter Comparing Concerned Parents To Terrorists

The National School Boards Association Late Friday Apologized To Its Members For A Letter It Sent To The Biden Administration That Compared Parents Protesting Local School Policies Such As Covid-19 Mask Mandates And The Teaching Of Critical Race Theory To Acts Of “Domestic Terrorism.”

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Smedley Considers Run For Hamilton County Mayor

Following Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger’s Announcement On October 20th That He Will Not Seek Reelection In 2022, District 7 County Commissioner And Chairperson Sabrena Smedley Has Been Approached By Numerous People Encouraging Her To Run For The Office.

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Tennesseans Send Message To General Assembly Before Special Session

Williamson County Resident Kristin Benton Is Collecting The Signatures Of Tennesseans Through Her Website For A Petition That Will Be Delivered To The General Assembly Ahead Of The Special Session On Wednesday.

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K-12 Education Funding Report Highlights Tennessee System Failures

A New Report From Tennessee Nonprofit State Collaborative On Reforming Education (Score) Shows The State Would Be One Of Nearly 40 Others To Adopt A Student-Based Funding Formula If That Is The End Result Of The State’s Review Of Its K-12 Public Education Formula, The Basic Education Program (Bep).

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