Successful Legislation Creates New Opportunity For Homeschool Athletes In Tennessee, Bill Originated In Jefferson County

In 2013, The Tennessee General Assembly Created Legislation To Provide Opportunities For Homeschool Students To Participate In Public School Sports. However, Some Public-School Systems And Their Attorneys Found A Legal Loophole To Exclude Some Homeschoolers From Sports Programs, Especially Middle Schoolers.

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John Gillespie Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

Representative John Gillespie (R-Memphis-District 97) Is Running For Re-Election And Is On The Ballot In The Republican Primary. Has Gillespie Been A Fighter For Conservative Values During The Last Four Years? Read The Tennessee Conservative’s Analysis Of Gillespie’s Voting Record And Decide If He Deserves A Second Term In Office.

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School Choice & Homeschooling: What’s Happened In Other States?

Two Streams Of Educational Choice Are Converging: The Growing Number Of Homeschool Students And The Expansion Of Educational Choice Programs Like Gov. Lee’s Proposed Education Freedom Scholarship Accounts.

Homeschooling Often Receives Little Attention, But Homeschooling Is Increasingly The Choice For Parents Of All Demographics.

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Tennessee Senate’s Version Of School Choice Bill Passes In Education Committee

On Wednesday, The Senate Version Of This Year’s School Choice Legislation Was Passed By The Senate Education Committee With A Vote Of 7-1. Contrasting With The House’s Omnibus Bill, The Senate Version Focuses Solely On The Governor’s School Choice Voucher Program.

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School Voucher Omnibus Bill Passes In House Education Committee Following 4 Hours Of Discussion

After Over Four Hours Of Deliberation On Wednesday, The House Version Of This Year’s School Choice Legislation Was Passed Out Of The House Education Committee By A Vote Of 12-7. However, School Choice Is Not The Only Thing Legislators Are Considering Here.

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