Hamilton County School Board Member Says Teachers Are Smart Enough To See Through Mainstream Media Narrative About Hillsdale (Update 8.1.22)

A Hamilton County School Board Member Told Us That The Majority Of Teachers That He Knows Were Not Upset By Arnn’s Comments And That They Are Smart Enough To Read Between The Lines Of The Liberal Press’ Narrative.

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Rutherford County School Board Member Issues Statement Supporting Charter Schools

Whether You Believe We Do, Or Do Not, The Fact Of The Matter Is That Our Governor & Legislature Have Made It Clear That They Do, And Most Parents Have Made It Clear They Want More “School Choice” For Their Children.
Many Of You Are Missing What Really Matters And Who It Really Affects: THE KIDS.
Most Of These Students Were Already At Risk Before Overcrowding.
Have We Really Gone So Far As A Society To Allow Such Blatant Politics And Guilt Affiliation To Deny These STUDENTS A Choice Of A Classical Education? Should Not The Parents Be Allowed To Choose?

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Candidates In Contested Races In Williamson County Given Opportunity To Debate

The Williamson County Republican Party Sponsored The Tennessee House Williamson County Joint Debate That Was Held On July 12th, 2022. The Debate Featured Candidates Running For State House In Districts 61, 63, And 92 Which Are All Contested Races.

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What Hillsdale College Really Wants For Tennessee Students & Parents – (Interview with Kathleen O’Toole, Hillsdale’s Assistant Provost for K-12 Education)

Kathleen O’Toole, Hillsdale’s Assistant Provost For K-12 Education Joins Us Today To Discuss What Hillsdale College Really Wants For Tennessee Students, What Parents Can Expect From Their Charter Schools And What Tennesseans Can Do To Support School Choice And Better Educational Alternatives In Tennessee.

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Rutherford County School Board Rejects Classical Education Charter School

The Rutherford County School Board Voted Down An Application By American Classical Academy To Open A Charter School In The Murfreesboro Area On Monday Night In A 6-1 Vote.

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House Education Committee Chair To Use Influence To Block Charter Schools In General Assembly

Representative Mark White, Who Currently Serves As Chair Of The Tennessee House Of Representatives Education Administration Committee Boasts That Governor Lee’s Plan To Allow Hillsdale College To Operate Charter Schools In Tennessee Has Been “Shattered” Despite White’s Claims To Be A Long Time Supporter Of School Choice.

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