Knox County Schools Sued Over Unequal Funding Of Girls’ Sports

Knox County Schools Is Being Sued By A Parent And Student For Gender Discrimination.The Plaintiffs Argue That Knox County Schools Is In Violation Of Title IX Because The School System “Routinely Allows The Infusion Of More Funds For Boys’ Sports As Compared To Girls’ Sports.”

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What Should I Tell The Neighbor? BIG 7 Weekend Update…

1) House Passes Bill That Would Require Expense Reports from Non-Profits 60 Days Before Elections
2) TN GOP Bounces Lee, Ortagus & Starbuck From District 5 Congressional Ballot
3) Knox County School System Agrees To Settlement In Mask Mandate Lawsuit
4) Pro-CRT Activists Deface Tennessee Billboards
5) House And Senate Pass Bill To Regulate Homeless Encampments On Public Property
6) Abortion Influence Education Bill Passes TN Legislature
7) Tele-Med Abortion Ban Bill Passes Tennessee Senate

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Knox County School System Agrees To Settlement In Mask Mandate Lawsuit

A Battle Over Masking Requirements In Knox County Schools Is Coming To An End After The School System Agrees To Pay $145,000 To Settle The Lawsuit Filed By Parents Who Opposed The District’s Decision To Remove A Mask Mandate For The Year Following The Covid-19 Pandemic.

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Knox County School Students Finally Mask Free For Next 60 Days

Judge J. Ronnie Greer Agreed To Suspend His Mask Order For Students In Knox County On Monday For Up To 60 Days While Those Involved In A Lawsuit Go Through Mediation.

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Mayor Jacobs & Rep. Zachary Launch Defense Fund To Fight Mask Mandate In Knox County Public Schools

Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs And State Representative Jason Zachary Are Personally Supporting And Helping Raise Funds To Support Unmask Knox County Kids Association, A Group Of Parents Fighting To End The Preliminary Injunction Requiring Masks In Knox County Schools.

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Representative White Hopes To Kill School Choice Bill At Taxpayer-Funded Lobbyist Urging

Representative White Is Sponsoring A Bill That Will Repeal All The Changes Made By Last Year’s Open Enrollment Bill And Allow School Districts To Return To How They Operated In The Past Where Each District Was Permitted To Create Their Own Policy.

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Hamilton County School Board Approves Teacher Stipends In Response To Staffing Shortages

As The Hamilton County School District Reports Rising Numbers Of Covid Cases In Schools, The School Board Is Attempting To Compensate Teachers For Extra Duties Incurred As A Result Of Staffing Shortages.

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The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Update 12.23.21

1) Tennessee Sued Over Secretive Pandemic Report
2) Sullivan County Educator Fired for Teaching CRT Pushes for Reinstatement
3) Potential Saudi Terrorist Captured By Border Patrol
4) Record Amount Of Fentanyl Seized, Now Cited As #1 Killer Of Americans Ages 18-45
5) SCOTUS To Hear Challenges To Biden Mandates In Early January
6) Tennessee Joins Lawsuit Against Head Start Mandates
7) Judges Rule Masks Still Required In Knox County Schools

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Williamson County School Board Removes Mask Mandate In Unexpected Vote

The Williamson County School Board Voted To Remove The County’s Mask Mandate Monday Night, Despite Recommendations From Superintendent Jason Golden And Litigation Counsel To Defer The Vote Pending A Federal Court Hearing On Friday.

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