Chattanooga Foundation Hosts Work-based Learning Camp To Fight Poverty Through Literacy

Chattanooga’s Mary Walker Foundation Begins Its Unique Literacy Camp Serving 50 Students Monday, June 6 Through July 15 Employing A Phonics-Based Work-Based Learning Environment. Students Completing Assignments Will Receive Financial Compensation, Be Schooled In Literacy Of Both Language And Finances In A Faith-Based Camp Requiring Parental Participation.

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Taxpayer-Funded Lobbyists, Firearms Legislation & The Importance Of Successful Educational Outcomes In TN (Interview w/ Rep. Todd Warner)

In this interview, Representative Todd Warner (R-Chapel Hill-District 92 ) speaks candidly about his biggest disappointment with his experience in the Tennessee Legislature – the influence of taxpayer-funded lobbyists and the good legislation aimed at limiting their influence that has been killed this session.

Warner also discusses his firearms bill that would grant 18 year-olds the right to bear arms along with the importance of the state’s educational system to produce literate individuals, if for no other reason than to lower the chances of them turning to crime.

All this and more in an interview that you do not want to miss!

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Teachers And State Education Department Continue To Address Student Literacy Crisis

Image Credit: Public Domain The Tennessee Conservative [By Jason Vaughn] – Educators continue to push through the student learning struggles

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My Dad Couldn’t Read: The Plain Case For School Choice In Tennessee

Right Now, Only 3.3% Of Tennessee Kids Are Mastering Reading. Only 1 In 4 Are On Track. In High Schools All Across Tennessee, We Are Graduating Functionally Illiterate Children. This Moral Failing Of The Public Education System Will Have A Lifetime Of Terrible Consequences For Our Children Who Then Become Adults. I Know. I Lived It.

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State Releases Draft For New Education Funding Model

As Legislators Hit Nashville For The 2022 General Assembly, The Tennessee Department Of Education Released A Draft Framework For The New Funding Formula. The Time Period For Public Comments Has Been Extended For Four Days, Now Ending On January 18.

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Parents Unhappy With Current School Choice Options In Tennessee

Parents Weighed In On A Statistic That The Tennessee Conservative Shared Regarding TCAP Test Scores From The 2020-2021 School Year And Overwhelmingly, The Response Was Disappointment In Tennessee’s Education Options.

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Watson And Smith Invite Hamilton County Residents To Public Education Funding Listening Sessions

Senator Bo Watson (R-Hixson) Has Organized Four Sessions Across Hamilton County To Hear Public Opinions On Public Education Funding In Tennessee.

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TN Dept of Education Opens Registration For Reading 360 Virtual Summit

The Tennessee Department Of Education Made An Announcement About Registration For The Reading 360 Virtual Summit That Is Taking Place In September. The Department Also Announced The 92 School Districts That Are Participating In The Early Literacy Network.

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Hamilton County Schools Go Mobile With Learning Labs

Teachers Aboard The Mobile Learning Lab Provide Community Outreach Service With A Variety Of Academic Support And Enrichment Offerings In Math, Science, Literacy And The Arts To Currently Enrolled HCS K-5 Students.

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Abbott Announces Border Wall Construction Strategy – Tennessee Conservative Newsbreak June 17, 2021

1) Abbott Announces Border Wall Construction Strategy
2) Federal Judge Halts Biden’s Oil And Gas Lease Moratorium
3) Commission Debates Hamilton County Funding Of Literacy Program

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