Tennesseans Invited to TISA Public Rulemaking Hearing to Respond to Proposed Rules

The Tennessee Department Of Education Invites All Tennesseans To A Public Rulemaking Hearing To Respond To The Proposed Rules For The Tennessee Investment In Student Achievement (TISA) Act. The Hearing Will Take Place On Thursday, July 28th From 9 A.M. Ct – 12 Noon CT In Nashville, TN, And A Livestream Option Will Be Available For Attendees Statewide To Participate Virtually.

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Tennesseans Invited To Respond To Proposed Rules On Public School Funding Formula

The Tennessee Department Of Education Recently Released The Proposed Rules To Implement The Tennessee Investment In Student Achievement (TISA) Act. Informed By Input From A Variety Of Stakeholders—Parents, Educators, Superintendents, And Business And Community Leaders— All Tennesseans Are Now Encouraged To Submit Public Comment On The Proposed Rules By Tuesday, August 2, 2022.

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Lee Signs Budget Appropriations Bill That Includes $500M For New Tennessee Titans Stadium

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Signed An Appropriations Bill That Includes $500 Million Toward A New Tennessee Titans Stadium On Wednesday.

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Metro Nashville Won’t Allow Charter Middle Schoolers To Compete On MNPS Sports Teams

Charter School Students In Nashville Will No Longer Be Able To Participate In Athletics At Metro Nashville Public Schools.

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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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TN General Assembly Passes New Public School Funding Formula

A Bill That Will Change The Funding Mechanism For Tennessee’s Public Schools Passed The Legislature On The Final Day Of Session On Thursday.

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TN’s Public School Funding Overhaul Passes Key Committees, Heads To Full House And Senate

A Bill That Would Rework How Tennessee Funds Its Public Schools Passed Two Key Committees On Tuesday And Will Now Head To The Full House And Senate.

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Truth In Sentencing, K-12 Funding, Titans Stadium Part Of Talks In $52.8B State Budget Plan

A Truth-In-Sentencing Bill Pushed By The House And Senate Speakers, Along With A K-12 Funding Plan And $500 Million In State Bonds For A New Titans Stadium Are The Focal Points Of Negotiations As The Two Chambers Prepare To Consider Different $52.8 Billion Budget Plans.

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Governor’s School Funding Plan Not Likely To Avert State Lawsuit

Two Democratic Legislators Predicted Tuesday The Governor’s K-12 Funding Plan Won’t Persuade Metro Nashville Or Shelby County School Districts To Drop A Lawsuit Over Education Funding.

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