Proposed Tennessee House Bill Would Allow Schools To Hire Retired Officers, Veterans As SROs (Update 2.13.24)

The House K-12 Subcommittee Is Set To Hear Potential Legislation That Would Allow School Systems To Hire Retired Law Enforcement Officers And Veterans To Fill School Resource Officer Positions.

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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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Tennessee Bill That Ensures Compliance With Age Appropriate Materials Act Passes House Subcommittee (Update 2.5.24)

A Tennessee Bill That Makes It Clear That Parents Have A Right To See To It That Their Local Schools Are Abiding By The Age-Appropriate Materials Act And Also Makes A Provision For Parents To Take Their Local Education Agency To Court If The Act Is Violated Passed Out Of A House Subcommittee By Voice Vote Yesterday Afternoon.

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Bills To Ban Classroom Pride Flags & To Ensure Compliance With Age Appropriate Materials Act To Be Heard In Tennessee House Subcommittee (Update 1.31.24)

The Tennessee House K-12 Subcommittee Is Set To Consider Two Pieces Of Legislation Designed To Provide Additional Protection Of Children From Inappropriate Materials And Indoctrination In Tn Public Schools.

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House K-12 Subcommittee Passes Bill To Mandate AI Usage Policies For Tennessee Schools (Update 1.29.24)

Last week, Tennessee’s House K-12 Subcommittee voted to move forward with a bill that would require schools to institute policies regarding the use of artificial intelligence (AI). This week the bill will be heard by the full House Education Administration Committee.

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Tennessee House Subcommittee Scheduled To Consider Bills On School Resource Officers & AI

As This Year’s State Legislative Session Continues, The Tennessee House K-12 Subcommittee Has Been Scheduled To Discuss Legislation That Would Impact The Safety And Security Of K-12 Schools Across The State, As Well As The Educational Integrity Of Those Schools.

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House K-12 Subcommittee Passes Bill Requiring Parental Consent For Sex Education In Schools

Legislation That Would Make It Mandatory For Schools To Obtain Parental Consent Before Students Are Allowed To Participate In Sex Education Classes Will Move On To The Full House Education Administration Committee After Passing The K-12 Subcommittee On Wednesday.

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House Committee To Consider Bill Requiring Parental Consent For Sex Education Courses In Public Schools

A Bill That Would Require Tennessee Public Schools To Obtain Parental Consent Before Allowing Students To Participate In Sex Education Classes Will Be Considered By The House K-12 Subcommittee Next Week.

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House Subcommittee Votes Down Bill To Allow Larger Class Sizes In Tennessee Public Schools

A Bill That Would Have Eliminated The Maximum Class Size In Tennessee Public Schools Failed In The House K-12 Subcommittee On Tuesday.

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Bill To Allow School Resource Officers To Handcuff Special Needs Students Fails In TN House Subcommittee

The Tennessee House K-12 Subcommittee Voted To Fail A Bill That Would Have Enabled School District Security Officers To Use Mechanical Restraints, Or Handcuffs, On Disabled Students.

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