TN Attorney General Leads Multi-State AG Coalition In Opposition To Proposed Title IX Changes

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Objected To The U.S. Department Of Education’s Proposed Title IX Regulations In A Formal Comment Letter Joined By Nineteen Other State Attorneys General.

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TCAP Family Portal Now Includes Tool For Parents To Measure Their Student’s Reading Progress

With The 2022-23 School Year In Full Swing, The Tennessee Department Of Education Concludes The “Know More, Learn More TN” Back To School Campaign With An Encouragement To All Families To Support Their Student’s Reading Progress By Learning About Their Lexile Level.

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Attendance To Tennessee Titan’s Games By A Family Of Four 12th Most Expensive Among NFL Teams

It Would Cost A Family Of Four $576.22 To Attend A Tennessee Titans Game Last Season, According To A New Report From Bookies.Com. The Titans Were The 12th Most Expensive Team, With The San Francisco 49ers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kansas City Chiefs, Las Vegas Raiders, Dallas Cowboys And Los Angeles Rams Leading The Way.

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TDOE Launches Portal To On-Demand Access To TCAP Scores, Resources For Parents

With The 2022-23 School Year Beginning Across The State, The Tennessee Department Of Education Has Launched The “Know More, Learn More TN” Campaign To Encourage All Tennessee Parents And Families To Log In To The Redesigned TCAP Family Portal For On-Demand Access To Their Student’s TCAP Assessment Results.

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Biden Denies Recession After GDP Decline, But Economists Say Otherwise

The U.S. Economy Has Shrunk For Six Consecutive Months, According To Federal Data Released Thursday, Which Led Many Economists To Declare A Recession. But The Biden Administration Is Pushing Back, Arguing The U.S. Is Not In A Recession After All.

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