Head Of Tennessee’s Achievement School District Removed

Key Tennessee House Lawmakers Say The State’s Achievement School District Needs Major Changes Amid The Apparent Dismissal Of The State Director Charged With Running The Program After Just Five Months.

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Tennessee Democrats Call For Removal Of Education Commissioner

House Democrats Are Urging Education Commissioner Lizzette Gonzalez Reynolds To Resign Or For Gov. Bill Lee To Replace Her, Saying She Is Statutorily Unqualified To Hold The Post.

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New Tennessee Education Commissioner Recommends Extension Of Literacy Training Contract Born Out Of Nepotism

Tennessee’s New Education Commissioner Lizzette Reynolds Is Recommending That The State Keep Its Contract With A New York-Based Literacy Training Group Despite The Contract’s Nepotistic Origins.

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My Political Advice For TNED Commissioner Reynolds After Her Dumpster-Fire Senate Testimony & Much More In The TennCon BIG 7!

🔥 My Political Advice For TNED Commissioner Reynolds After Her Dumpster-Fire Senate Testimony…

GOP Leadership Hides Committee Votes From Voters Again & Throttles Access…

Ending Gov. Lee’s Abuse Of “Executive Orders”

& More In The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Digest!

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Tennessee Dept Of Education Looks For $260M Increase In TISA Funding

The Tennessee Department Of Education Wants A $260 Million Increase In Its Base Education Funding And An Overall $293.6 Million Budget Increase For Next Fiscal Year.

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Task Force To Work Out Letter Grading System For Tennessee Public Schools

After Seven Years, The Tennessee Department Of Education Is Finally Making Some Forward Progress With The Development Of A System For Assigning Letter Grades To Schools.

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Tennessee Wants To Place “Mental Health Liaisons” In Every School, With No Required Parental Consent For Referrals

Senator Janice Bowling Calls The Move “An Egregious Attack On Parental Authority And The Personal Liberty We Have Concerning Any ‘Health Care Choice’.”

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Public Comments Now Open For Tennessee School Letter Grades

Throughout The Fall, The Tennessee Department Of Education Is Inviting All Tennesseans To Participate In Public Engagement Opportunities On Best Practices For Determining School Letter Grades, Which Will Measure How The State’s K-12 Schools Are Serving Students And Helping Them Succeed Academically.

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Tennessee Committee Extends And Increases Pearson Testing Contract By $40 Million

Amid Uproar Over Third-Grade Reading Scores And The Prospect Of Thousands Of Failing Students, Tennessee Lawmakers Extended The Testing Vendor’s Contract And Bumped Up The Total Payout By Nearly $40 Million.

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Controversial Conservative Voice In TN Education Appointed To Serve On State’s Standards Recommendation Committee

An Announcement Has Come From The Office Of The Tennessee Speaker Of The House That Laurie Cardoza Moore Has Been Appointed To Serve On The State’s Standards Recommendation Committee Overseeing Social Studies Materials Being Reviewed For Use In Classrooms Statewide.

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