Maury County Began Illegal Mental Health Assessments On Students, Over $300 Thousand Spent On SEL

Maury County Public Schools Began Mental Health Assessments On Children As Young As 8 Years Old Without First Getting Permission From Parents.

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COVID Relief Funds Paid For ‘Equity Warriors,’ CRT Lessons In Public Schools

Top Republicans In The U.S. House Are Pursuing An Investigation Into Reports That Federal Tax Dollars Designated For Covid-Related Learning Loss Were Spent To Promote “Equity Warriors,” Critical Race Theory Programming And More At Local Schools.

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Ten Million In Grant Money Up For Grabs In Tennessee Schools To Increase Mental Health Services

Ten Million In Federal Grant Money Is Up For Grabs In Tennessee For Increased Mental Health Services. The Tennessee Department Of Education Opened Up The Application Process For The Resilient School Communities Grant Last Month With This Thursday Being The Final Day To Apply.

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New Racism, Woke Nashville, Critical Race Theory, Blanket Authority To Mandate, Welcoming Illegal Aliens & More! -TennCon’s Big 7

1) Critics Say Republican Majority In General Assembly Slow To Address Anti-White Crisis At Publicly Funded University
2) City of Nashville To Give Tax Breaks To Companies Who Cover Out Of State Abortion Expenses For Employees
3) Nashville All-Girls School Pauses Gender Diversity Policy To Admit Boys Who Identify As Girls
4) Latest ESSER Surveys Ask Stakeholders To Rank How Important Mental Health Services Are In Schools
5) East TN State University Requests Blanket Authority To Mandate Vaccines For Future Outbreaks
6) Report Questions Tennessee Public School’s Spending Of $3.5B In Pandemic Relief Funds
7) Chattanooga Requests Coordination With Bus Company Dropping Off Immigrants So The City Can Accommodate Their Needs

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Report Questions Tennessee Public School’s Spending Of $3.5B In COVID-19 Relief Funds

A New Report From Beacon Center Of Tennessee Shows That School Districts Throughout Tennessee Received A Total Of Nearly $3.5 Billion Sent Directly To Districts In Covid-19 Recovery Funding. That Funding, However, Was Then Used By Districts For Items Such As Mattress Pads, Instant Pots, Toaster Ovens, Apple Pens, Security Cameras, Sound Systems, And Sending Teachers To A Conference In Baltimore.

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