Senate Education Committee Passes Bill Requiring AI Policies For Tennessee Public Schools

Legislation That Will Require Tennessee Public Schools And Universities To Establish Policies Regarding The Use Of Artificial Intelligence Will Move On To The Full Senate For Voting After Being Passed By The Education Committee.

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Were These 16 GOP State Senators Wrong On The Covid-19 Vaccine?

Two And Half Years Ago, 16 Out Of 27 Tennessee GOP Senators Signed A Letter Endorsing And Pushing An “Emergency Use Authorized” Covid-19 Vaccine That Never Provided What Federal And State Officials Were Pitching At The Time – Immunity To The Virus.

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Tennessee Senate Joint Committee Members File Report On Federal K-12 Education Funding

Senate Members Of A Joint Committee On Federal Funding For K-12 Education In Tennessee Filed A Separate Report Stating They Could Not Agree With House Members Of The Joint Committee On The Recommendations.

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Tennessee Senate Education Chair Balks At Rejecting Federal Funds

The Tennessee Senate’s Education Committee Chairman Opposes Turning Down At Least $1.3 Billion In Federal Education Funds But Says The State Could Seek Some Sort Of Waiver On Federal School Requirements.

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Questions Remain If Tennessee Rejects Federal K-12 Education Funding

Tennessee Can First Ask For A Waiver Of Specific Federal Requirements Before Having To Go Down The Path Of Rejecting Federal K-12 Education Funding, A Working Group On The Topic Was Told Wednesday Morning.

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Tennessee School Leaders Advocate For Additional Funding, Not Replacing Federal

Three Tennessee K-12 School Superintendents Spoke To A Committee Looking At Rejecting Federal Funding To The State’s Schools With One School Director Suggesting The State Continue To Accept The Federal Funds And Use Extra Funds To Help Pay For Infrastructure Needs In The Schools.

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U.S. Dept Of Education Declines To Meet With Tennessee Committee Examining Rejected Federal Funds

The Third Day Of Presentations For Tennessee’s Committee To Examine Rejecting Federal Funding For Its K-12 Schools Did Not Include A Presentation From The U.S. Department Of Education As An Agenda Indicated.

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Tennessee Federal K-12 Education Funding Committee Begins Work

Tennessee Began Its Look At Rejecting Federal K-12 Education Funding Monday With A Review Of Overall Funding From The State’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability And Fiscal Review.

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Tennessee Attorney General Urges Look At Ballad Health Amid Community Concerns Over Monopoly Deal

Tennessee’s Attorney General Says The State Needs To Pay Attention To Concerns Of East Tennesseans About Ballad Health, A State-Approved Hospital Monopoly.

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McNally, Sexton Announce Task Force To Determine If Tennessee Can Refuse Federal Dollars For Education

This Week Speaker Of The House For The General Assembly Of The State Of Tennessee, Cameron Sexton, And Lt. Governor Randy McNally, Announced The Creation Of A “Task Force” Or “Joint Working Group” To Study What Kind Of Impact The Rejection Of Federal Dollars Might Have On Education In The State.

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