Metro Nashville School Board Refuses To Update Transgender Athlete Policy To Comply With State Law

The Metro Nashville School System Says It Is Not Making Any Changes To The District’s Transgender Athlete Policies Yet, Even Though Their Current Policy Is Not In Compliance With A New State Law That Regulates On Which Teams Those Students Can Play.

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Judge Greer Denies Knox Board Of Education’s Appeal To End Mask Mandate

Judge Ronnie Greer Has Once Again Denied Appeals From The Knox County Board Of Education And Governor Bill Lee To Overturn His Ruling That Required Knox County Schools Implement A Restrictive And Universal Mask Mandate.

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Top 7 News Stories This Week For Conservatives In Tennessee! – Nov 5th Edition

1) Legislature Passes Late Night C0VID Omnibus Bill; Allows Ford To Require Masks
2) TN Legislature Takes Discretion From District Attorneys General & Pass Bill To Allow Partisan School Board Elections
3) 800 BCBS Employees Will Lose Jobs If Lee Doesn’t Sign Medical Freedom Bill
4) Business Groups Upset With Special Session Outcome
5) Nashville Liberals Angry Medical Freedom Is Partly Restored for Residents
6) TN Textbook Commissioner Calls For Investigation Of Hiring Of CRT Proponent – Rachael Maves
7) Judge Greer Denies Knox Board Of Education’s Appeal To End Mask Mandate

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A Mother’s Plea For Justice For Students In Isolation At Williamson County Schools

A Mother Of Two Girls Who Attend Williamson County Schools Sent A Letter To Members Of The Tennessee Legislature And Members Of The Williamson County Board Of Commissioners Pleading For Justice For Her Children Being Held In In-School Suspension For Not Wearing Masks.

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Greer To Allow “Documented” Exemptions To Knox Schools Mask Mandate But With Additional Step

U.S. District Judge Ronnie Greer Has Made The Decision To Allow Knox County Schools To Exempt Faculty, Students And Staff From Mask Wearing If They Have Certain Documented Medical Conditions But Is Requiring An Additional Step.

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Joint Statement To Gov Lee & TN General Assembly On Masks In Schools

For Well Over A Year Now, We Have Seen The Negative Impact Of Government Mandates On Businesses And Families In Response To This Virus. But There Can Be No Doubt That Our Students Here In Tennessee Have Been Some Of The Hardest Hit And They Have The Scars To Prove It. The Latest TCAP Results Show That Less Than 30% Of Our Students Across The State Are Reading And Understanding Math Simply At Their Own Grade Level. And For The Most Part, We Know That We Can Blame The Lack Of In-person Learning Over The Prior School Year. Yet, We Are Now Heading In That Same Direction For The 2021-2022 School Year.

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