Tennessee Supreme Court Decides To Re-hear Arguments Regarding School Vouchers

The Tennessee Supreme Court Has Decided That It Will Re-Hear Arguments Regarding Governor Bill Lee’s School Voucher Program. Chief Justice Roger A. Page Signed An Order On Friday Announcing That The Court Would Sit Again On February 24th To Hear The Case.

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AFC-TN To Hold Rally For Supreme Court Lawsuit Hearing On Education Savings Account Program

American Federation for Children-Tennessee (AFC-TN), coalition partners, lawmakers, and families will rally in support of the Education Savings Account program ahead of a crucial final hearing before the Tennessee Supreme Court that will determine the program’s future. The group will then attend…

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Students Vs. Systems In The Tennessee Supreme Court’s ESA Case

Students Take On The Educational Systems That Have Let Them Down For Decades When The Tennessee Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over The State’s Education Savings Account (ESA) Program. Thursday, June 3rd, 2021 At 9a CT.

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More School Choice Options Equals Higher State-Level Test Scores

As School Choice Bills Continue To Make Their Way Through State Legislatures, A Report On Student Achievement Published By The University Of Arkansas’s Department Of Education Reform Argues That The More Educational Options Are Afforded Parents, The Better Statewide Test Results Are.

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Surveys Show Largest Expansion Of School Choice In U.S. History

More Children Are Likely To Have Increased Access To Educational Options After State Legislators Across The U.S. Advanced A Slew Of Bills This Year Expanding School Choice, According To Several State-By-State Surveys.

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Attorneys Ask TN Supreme Court To Allow State To Prepare For Possible Launch Of School-Choice Program

Attorneys Representing Families And Schools That Stand To Benefit From School-Choice Program Are Asking The Tennessee Supreme Court To Allow The State To Accept & Process Applications For The Program As Court Proceedings Continue.

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Constitutionality Of School-Choice Program Case To Be Heard By Tennessee Supreme Court

Tennessee Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments Regarding the Constitutionality Of School-Choice Program That Would Provide State-Funded Scholarships To Low-Income Families For Educational Use, Including Attending Private Schools Of Their Choice.

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State Demands Nashville School District To Account For More Than $100M In Federal Grants

Education Commissioner Described “Significant Issues In The Use, Drawn Amounts, And Oversight Of Federal Grant Funds” By Metro Nashville Public Schools.

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State Appeals School-choice Program Ruling To Tennessee Supreme Court

State officials are asking the Tennessee Supreme Court to allow a school-choice program to move forward after being ruled unconstitutional by lower courts earlier this year.

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