Tennessee’s Public And Community College Tuition Held Stable For 2022-23

Students Will Not Face A Tuition Or Fee Increase At Tennessee’s Public Community And Technical Colleges For The Upcoming Academic Year After The Tennessee Board Of Regents Voted Friday To Keep Rates Stable For The Second Time In Three Years.

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Legislation Prohibiting Anti-Semitic Concepts In Tennessee Schools Signed By Gov. Lee

Governor Lee Signed Legislation On May 25th, 2022 That Prohibits The Teaching Of Anti-Semitic Concepts In Tennessee K-12 Schools, And Institutions Of Higher Learning.

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Tennessee Colleges See Record Decline In Enrollment Of High School Graduates

Many Tennessee Parents Are Hesitant To Send Their Children To The State’s Public Universities Because Many Of These Institutes Of Higher Education Have Become A Forum For Activists To Force Concepts Like Critical Race Theory Or Social-Emotional Learning On Students. Recent Reports Show That Only About Half Of High School Graduates In The State Are Going To College.

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No Education Issue Was Too Big – Or Small – For Tennessee Lawmakers This Year

Tennessee Lawmakers’ Scrutiny Of Public Education This Year Ran The Gamut, From Completely Rewriting The State’s K-12 Funding Formula To Authorizing Teachers To Confiscate Students’ Cell Phones If They’re Deemed A Distraction In Class.

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Legislation Limiting ‘Divisive Teachings’ In Universities Heads To Gov. Lee For Signature

The Tennessee Legislature Has Passed An Act That Would Prevent Public Higher Education Students And Employees From Being Required To Conform To “Divisive Concepts” Or Be Graded Based Upon Agreeing With Those Concepts. The Legislation Now Is Headed To Governor Lee’s Desk To Be Signed Into Law.

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Divisive Concepts Bill Continues Its Progress Through TN General Assembly

The Tennessee House Of Representatives Voted Yesterday To Concur With A Senate Amendment To The ‘Divisive Concepts In Higher Education’ Bill With The Majority Of Representatives Voting In Favor.

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TN Senate Modifies Higher Education ‘Divisive Concepts’ Bill, Sends It Back To House

The Tennessee Senate Has Approved A Bill That Would Prevent Public Higher Education Students And Employees From Being Required To Conform To “Divisive Concepts” Or Be Graded Based Upon Agreeing With Those Concepts. The Bill, Which Passed The House, 66-24, On March 7th, Was Amended Monday By The Senate And Sent Back To The House.

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Bill To Limit Divisive Teachings In Universities Passes Senate

The Senate Companion Bill To House Speaker Cameron Sexton’s Bill, That Would Impact How Public Institutions Of Higher Education Can Approach “Divisive Concepts” With Employees And Students, Passed On The Senate Floor Monday Evening 25 To 5 With One Republican Senator Joining His Democratic Colleagues In Voting No.

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Bill To Limit Divisive Teachings in Universities Up For Senate Vote On Monday (Update 3/18/22)

The Senate Companion Bill To House Speaker Cameron Sexton’s Bill, That Would Impact How Public Institutions Of Higher Education Can Approach “Divisive Concepts” With Employees And Students, Is Up For A Vote On The Senate Floor Monday, March 21st.

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