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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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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Tennessee Public School Funding Formula Passes House Committee

A New Funding Formula For Tennessee’s Public Schools Continued To Wind Its Way Through Legislative Committees On Monday.

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TN House Passes Bill To Withhold Funding If Athletes Compete Outside Birth Gender

Any Tennessee School District That Allowed A Student To Compete In Athletics Without Determining Their Gender Based On The Student’s Birth Certificate Would Lose State Funding Under A Bill That Passed Thursday In The State House.

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Tennessee Representatives Pass Bill To Ban Obscene Materials From Schools

The Tennessee House Of Representatives Has Passed A Bill That Would Prohibit Schools From Allowing Students To Have Access To Materials That Are Considered “Obscene” Or “Harmful To Minors.”

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TN Legislature To Consider K-12 School Vouchers, Insulin Price Cap This Week

Two Bills Set To Begin The Committee Process This Week Include Senate Bill 1674 To Expand Student Eligibility For K-12 Education Vouchers And House Bill 451 To Limit The Cost Of A 30-Day Supply Of Insulin To $100.

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Battle Lines Drawn Over Governor’s Education Funding Review

Gov. Bill Lee And Supporters Call His Statewide Review Of Tennessee’s K-12 Funding Formula An Effort To Target Money To Fit Each Student’s Needs. Critics, In Contrast, Say It Is An Effort To Fast Track And Funnel State Dollars To Private Schools.

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