Tennesseans Have A Say In Plans For 2 Billion Dollars Of American Rescue Plan Funds For Schools

Tennessee Has Received Almost 2.5 Billion Dollars In American Rescue Plan Elementary And Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) Funds After The Plan For How To Use The Money Was Approved By The U.S. Department Of Education.

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Over 1,300 Public Comments Submitted For TN’s Public Education Funding Formula

Following Months Of Strong Engagement And Conversations About Public Education Funding In Tennessee, The Tennessee Department Of Education Has Announced That Over 1,300 Public Comments Were Submitted On A Potential Student-Based K-12 Public Education Funding Formula In Tennessee.

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TennCon’s BIG 7 – 2022 Third Edition – Top 7 News Stories For Conservatives in Tennessee!

Tune in to the Third edition of The Tennessee Conservative’s BIG 7 for 2022!
1) Bill To Stop TN Taxpayer Education Funding Of Illegal Immigrants In Subcommittee
2) More Than 50,000 Illegal Immigrants Released Into U.S. Don’t Show Up For Court Hearings
3) Griffey Introduces Second Amendment Bill in Honor of Kyle Rittenhouse
4) University of Memphis Cancels Plan To Bribe Professors To Teach “Woke Activism”
5) U.S. Political Alignments Experienced Historic Shift In 2021
6) Warner Introduces VOTE Act To Determine 2020 Election Accuracy
7) Sanctity Of Human Life Sunday

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Bill To Stop TN Taxpayer Education Funding Of Illegal Immigrants In Subcommittee

Tennessee State Rep. Bruce Griffey’s Bill That Would Allow Public Schools To Deny Enrollment And The State To Not Fund Education For Students Who Are Deemed To Be In The Country Illegally Has Made Its Way To The House K-12 Subcommittee.

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The Tennessee Educational System Is In Crisis [Interview w/ State Rep Scott Cepicky]

In the most open, honest and frank conversation we’ve ever had on the program about School Choice, Representative Scott Cepicky talks about what’s wrong with public education in Tennessee and what the true Conservative Patriots in our Tennessee Legislature are doing to try to do what’s best for students and parents across the state.

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5 Education Issues To Watch In The Tennessee General Assembly

Tennessee Lawmakers Return To The Capitol This Week With Another Major Focus On Students: How To Fund Public Education.

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Legislators Prepare To Move Forward With School Funding Reform

Even As Questions Continue To Be Raised About The Revamping Of School Funding In Tennessee, State Legislators Are Looking To Continue To Move Along With The Reform During This Session.

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Tennessee To Incentivize Colleges For More STEM And Healthcare Graduates

Tennessee Is Looking At Providing Incentives For Community Colleges And Universities To Recruit And Graduate More Students For STEM And Healthcare Fields. Governor Bill Lee Asked The Commission To Adjust The Funding Formula To Meet Demand For Workers In These Fields Over The Next Ten Years.

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State Releases Draft For New Education Funding Model

As Legislators Hit Nashville For The 2022 General Assembly, The Tennessee Department Of Education Released A Draft Framework For The New Funding Formula. The Time Period For Public Comments Has Been Extended For Four Days, Now Ending On January 18.

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