Op-Ed: Leftist Media And Tennessee Dems Attack Hillsdale Curriculum

Tennessee Democrats And Their Allies In The Leftist Media Have Attacked Hillsdale College And Its History And Civics Curriculum. These Attacks Deploy Cherry-Picked Quotes From A 2,400-Page Curriculum In An Effort To Further A Partisan Political Agenda. Their Coordinated And Concentrated Outrage Is Part Of A Larger Attempt To Reject Charter Schools That Challenge The Control Of The Education Bureaucracy.

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Parents Group Sues Williamson County Board Of Education Over Critical Race Theory

Parents’ Choice Tennessee, A Parents’ Advocacy Group, Filed Suit In Franklin, Tennessee, Challenging The School Board’s Adoption Of A Curriculum That The Group Says Violates Tennessee Laws Prohibiting The Teaching Of Critical Race Theory And Common Core.

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Classical, Outdoor Charter School To Open In Hamilton County

A New Charter School Is Set To Open In Hamilton County This Fall, Educating Children With A Blend Of Classical Education And Outdoor Education. The School Is One Of 50 Charter Schools Proposed By Governor Bill Lee Earlier This Year.

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Chattanooga Foundation Hosts Work-based Learning Camp To Fight Poverty Through Literacy

Chattanooga’s Mary Walker Foundation Begins Its Unique Literacy Camp Serving 50 Students Monday, June 6 Through July 15 Employing A Phonics-Based Work-Based Learning Environment. Students Completing Assignments Will Receive Financial Compensation, Be Schooled In Literacy Of Both Language And Finances In A Faith-Based Camp Requiring Parental Participation.

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No Education Issue Was Too Big – Or Small – For Tennessee Lawmakers This Year

Tennessee Lawmakers’ Scrutiny Of Public Education This Year Ran The Gamut, From Completely Rewriting The State’s K-12 Funding Formula To Authorizing Teachers To Confiscate Students’ Cell Phones If They’re Deemed A Distraction In Class.

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Senator Bill Hagerty Says DHS Disinformation Board Likely Illegal

U.S. Sen. Bill Hagerty Says The Creation Of A Board Within The Department Of Homeland Security (DHS) Tasked With Combating “Disinformation” Is Likely Illegal. Creating The Board And Hiring Its New Director Without Congressional Authorization Violates Several Federal Laws, Hagerty Argues. Knowingly And Willfully Violating One Of Them Carries A $5,000 Fine And Up To Two Years In Prison, He Adds.

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School Teacher Confirms On Camera That CRT Is Still Being Taught In Tennessee Schools

In A Video Posted By Kelli Phillips, Who Is Running For Metro Nashville School Board District 4, A School Teacher Came Forward To Express That Critical Race Theory (CRT) Is Still Being Taught In Tennessee Schools.

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Four Republican Senators Send Obscene Books Bill To Summer Study

After Passing The Senate Education Committee Last Week, A Bill That Aims To Prohibit Educational Institutions From Making Materials That Are Considered “Obscene” Or “Harmful To Minors” Available To Students Was Stymied In The Senate Judiciary Committee When A Vote To Send The Bill To Summer Study Passed 6 To 3.

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