Families File Notices Declaring Desire For Classical Charter Schools To Be Opened In Tennessee

Following An Onslaught Of Inaccurate Mainstream Media Reporting And Left-Leaning Politically-Motivated Pushback That Stymied American Classical Education’s Attempts To Provide More School Choice For Tennessee’s Children, Parents Have Filed Notices That They Want Five ACE Schools To Be Opened In Tennessee.

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Attorney For Parents’ Choice Argues That Tennessee “Divisive Concepts” Appeals Process Is Biased

Larry Crain, Attorney For Plaintiffs Parents’ Choice Tennessee Who Are Suing The Williamson County Board Of Education, Argued On Friday That The Defendant’s Motion To Dismiss Should Be Denied In Part Because The State’s “Divisive Concepts” Appeals Process Is Flawed.

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ELA Curriculum Subject Of Lawsuit Currently Used In 33 Counties In Tennessee

A Contentious English Language Arts (ELA) Curriculum Which Has Prompted A Lawsuit Is Currently Being Used In 33 Counties In Tennessee.

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Williamson County School Board To Consider Limiting Citizen Engagement (Op-Ed)

We Have Seen On The News And Indeed In Our Own Schools Here In Williamson County, An Alarming Influx Of Highly Questionable Material In School Curricula And Libraries. Sadly, The Williamson County School Board Is Contemplating A Policy Change At This Monday’s School Board Meeting (October 24th, 6pm, 1761 W. Main St, Franklin) That Would Limit The Ability To Lodge Formal Complaints To Only Current Parents Of Williamson County School Students. What This Would Mean Is Grandparents, Educators, And Other Concerned Williamson County Residents Would Lose The Ability To Meaningfully Engage About Objectionable Material In The Taxpayer Funded Public Schools.

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Climate Ripe For School Voucher Expansion As Controversial Education Practices Causes Shift From Public Schools 

The Stars Are In Alignment For The Expansion Of School Vouchers Across Tennessee. All Obstacles Have Been Removed By The Court System And Broad Public Support For School Vouchers Is Being Driven By A Variety Of Factors. This Article Examines Some Of Those Factors.

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Video Of Pornographic Images From Clarksville School Library Book Deemed Too Explicit For YouTube

A Video Sharing Some Of The Pornographic Images Found Via A Tennessee School Library Book Elicited An Immediate Ban On YouTube When Capitol Resource Institute (CRI) Uploaded It To That Platform.

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Critics Say Republican Majority In General Assembly Slow To Address Anti-White Crisis At Publicly Funded University

Publicly Funded University Of Tennessee (UT) Has Been Working To Implement Sweeping Diversity Policies Since The Death Of George Floyd In 2020. Some Say Republicans In The Tennessee General Assembly Have Been Slow To Address The Growing Anti-White Crisis.

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State Denies Complaint Of Critical Race Theory In Blount County Schools

One Challenge Was Filed By A Parent Against Blount County Schools In February. The Parent Who Filed The Complaint Said That The Book Promoted Racism And Anti-Americanism, Stating, “From Cover To Cover, This Author Refers To Americans As Demons, Including Statements Like ‘White Demon,’ ‘Demon Land,’ And ‘the American Devil Means Harm.”

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Family Values Organization Shares Back To School Checklist For Parents

Capitol Resource Institute (CRI) Has A Checklist For Parents With Children Heading Back To School For The Start Of A New Academic Year. CRI Is A Non-Profit Organization Working To Preserve And Advance A Culture Of Traditional Family Values.

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