Memphis Considers Joining Area School Boards Asking State To Ease TNReady Test Requirements

Shelby County Schools Board Members Are Considering Signing A Joint Statement That Expresses Concern About Two State Laws Passed During The Recent Special Session On Education.

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Government Schools Again Ask Lee for More Money Despite Failing Record on Basic Academics

On Monday, As Tennessee Gov. Lee Prepared For The State Of The State Address, Teachers Were Putting Pressure On Lee To Give More Funding To Education Despite Low Student Literacy Rates, Test Scores And Overall Poor Educational Rankings.

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Lee Signs $110M Tennessee Education Package

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Has Signed Into Law A $100 Million Package Of Bills Aimed At Addressing Pandemic-Related Learning Loss & Low Student Literacy Rates. In Addition, The Bills Aim To Ensure Teachers & Districts Are Not Held Accountable For Standardized Testing Results This Year.

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Lee Proposes Series Of Education Bills Addressing Learning Loss, Literacy Proficiency

Bills Include Proposals To Provide Summer Schools, After-School Tutoring, Requirement For School Districts To Use Phonics-Based Literacy Curriculum & Suspending Test-Related Accountability For Teachers & Schools This Year.

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