Tennessee House Federal K-12 Education Funding Report Filed Without 1 Signature

Tennessee Representatives Who Were Part Of A Joint Committee Examining The State Rejecting K-12 Federal Education Funding Submitted A Report On Their Findings Without The Signature Of One Democrat Member.

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Tennessee Senate Joint Committee Members File Report On Federal K-12 Education Funding

Senate Members Of A Joint Committee On Federal Funding For K-12 Education In Tennessee Filed A Separate Report Stating They Could Not Agree With House Members Of The Joint Committee On The Recommendations.

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Many Factors Paving Way For Education Savings Accounts, School Choice, And Public School Exodus

A Tidal Wave Is Under Way. Students And Teachers Are Leaving Public Education For A Variety Of Reasons, A Symptom Of Widespread Discontent That Is Fueling The Demand For Public Education Money To Follow The Student To A Non-Public School. The Education Establishment Has Created This Problem By Being Out Of Touch With Parents, Teachers, Students, And The Taxpaying Public.

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Tennessee General Assembly Set To Reconvene Next Week

With Lots Of Work To Be Done, Tennessee’s 2024 General Session Begins At Noon On Tuesday, January 9th. Representative Scott Cepicky Didn’t Mince Words When He Said He Anticipates The Coming Session To Be “Contentious.”

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Tennessee Dems Push Back On Education Policy Research That Finds No Connection Between Increased Public-School Spending & School Performance

A Policy Paper States That No Connection Has Been Shown Between Increased Public-School Spending And School Performance. The Paper Also States That Expanding Parents’ Access To Public Charter Schools And Private School ESAs Could Provide An Incentive For Public Schools To Use K-12 Education Dollars Wisely.

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“Is the Education System Broken?” Asks This New Honors Course At Austin Peay State University

An Assistant Professor Of Education At Austin Peay State University In Clarksville Is Teaching An Honors Course This Fall Titled “Is The Education System Broken?” The Goal Of This Course Is To Challenge College Students To Thoroughly Analyze Their Educational Experience And Critically Assess How The Education System Functions.

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