Bill That Would Ban Pride Flags In Tennessee Public School Classrooms Passes In House Committee

Following A “Contentious” Hearing In The House K-12 Education Subcommittee Earlier This Month, A Bill To Ban Pride Flags In Public School Classrooms Was Passed In The Full House Education Administration Committee This Week.

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Bill To Exclude Certain Types Of Flags From Tennessee Classrooms One Step Closer To Becoming Law (Update 2.12.24)

This Week In The House K-12 Education Subcommittee, A Bill That If Passed Into Law, Would Allow For Only Specific Types Of Flags To Be Displayed In Classrooms Across Tennessee, Navigated Through Its First Hurdle.

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Bill To Exclude All Flags From Classroom Settings Except For Tennessee & American Flags Will Be Heard Before House K-12 Subcommittee

This Week A Bill That Will Attempt To Politically Neutralize Classrooms In Tennessee Will Be Heard Before The House K-12 Education Subcommittee.

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Proposed Bill Would Prevent Teachers From Displaying Pride Flags In Tennessee Classrooms

New Legislation Has Been Introduced That Would Prohibit School Districts And Public Charter Schools In The State From Displaying Any Flags Other Than The U.S. Flag And The Tennessee State Flag.

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Williamson County Parents Ask School Board For Policy That Will Only Allow American And Tennessee State Flags In Classrooms

At The Monthly Williamson County School Board Meeting, Parents Voiced Their Concern About The Recent Appearances Of Pride And LGBTQ+ Flags Being Displayed In Classrooms All Over The District. Parents Argued That Classrooms Should Be Neutral, And Void Of All Symbols That Detract From What Should Be The Primary Purpose, Educating Students, And Expressed A Desire To See A Policy Established That Would Only Allow The Display Of American And Tennessee State Flags.

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