New Legislation Mandating Fetal Development Videos Be Shown As Part Of School Curriculum Signed By Tennessee Governor

Governor Bill Lee Signed New Legislation Last Week Requiring Fetal Development Videos Be Added To Family Life Curriculum In Tennessee Public Schools.

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Illegal Aliens, Foreign-Owned Land, SROs & Common Core: Conservative Bills That Failed In Tennessee This Legislative Session

The Tennessee General Assembly Officially Adjourned Their 2024 Legislative Session On Thursday, April 25th. Some Conservative Legislation Wasn’t ‘Killed’ Outright But Failed To Make Any Significant Progress In The Lawmaking Body This Year.

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Tennessee Court Of Appeals States That Parents Have The Right To Contest Critical Race Theory Curriculum

In A Landmark Decision, The Tennessee Court Of Appeals Has Overturned A Previous Ruling Concerning The Williamson County School Board’s Curriculum, Specifically The Use Of The Wit & Wisdom Curriculum, Which Had Been Contested By Parents’ Choice Tennessee And Local Parents.

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Robertson County Public Schools Teaching & Counseling “Tools” Laced With Gender Theory, CRT & DEI

A Recent Public Records Request For Information Related To Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion (DEI) Trainings And Initiatives Employed By Robertson County Public Schools Since May 1st, 2022, Shows That Resources Utilized By The District Are Heavily Laced With Gender Theory, Critical Race Theory (CRT) And DEI.

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Tennessee Senate Committee To Consider Mandatory Handgun Safety Course For Public School Students

The Tennessee Senate Education Committee Will Hear A Proposed Law On Wednesday That Would Require An Annual Handgun Safety Course For All Public School And Public Charter School Students.

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Memphis Area High Schools Explain Book Selection Process

Some Memphis Area High School Administrators Say That Adherence To State Guidelines Regarding Book Selection Has Kept Them From Having To Deal With Controversy That Some Other Tennessee School Districts Have Faced.

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Bill Introduced This Session Expands Ban On Common Core Materials From Being Used In Tennessee Schools

New Legislation Introduced In The Tennessee General Assembly Endeavors To Remove All Vestiges Of Common Core From The State’s Education System.

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