Shelby County Schools Implement Mask Mandate For 2021-22 School Year

Following The Suggestion By The Pfizer-Backed American Academy Of Pediatrics That Children Should Be Wearing Masks In School, Shelby County Schools Have Issued A Mask Mandate For All Staff And Students For The 2021-22 School Year.

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Tennessee Continues Search for Statewide Turnaround Superintendent

The Tennessee Department Of Education Is Preparing Its Third Search To Find A Statewide Turnaround Superintendent. This Position Is The First Of Its Kind And Overlooks All The Turnaround Schools In The State.

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Criticism Continues For State’s $2.5M ‘Tennessee On Me’ Tourism Campaign

When The Promotions Featuring Gov. Bill Lee And Country Music Star Brad Paisley Began For The New “Tennessee On Me” Tourism Initiative, It Took Many Of Lee’s Republican Colleagues By Surprise.

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Conservatives Call For Penny Schwinn’s Removal As Commissioner Of Education

Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn’s Performance Has Many Tennesseans, From Average Citizens To School Superintendents To Legislators, Calling For Change. This Call For A Change At The Top Of Tennessee’s Public Education System Is A Long Time In The Making And Continues Today As We Learned By Surveying Our Readers.

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Tennessee Tourism Tab: $2.5M For Airline Vouchers

The New Tourism Campaign, “Tennessee On Me,” Paid For With $2.5 Million Set Aside For Tourism In The State’s New Budget, Gives A $250 Airline Voucher To Anyone Who Books A Two-Night Stay In One Of Four Tennessee Cities, With Some Stipulations.

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Tennessee Locales Rank Poorly In Analysis Of Best-Run Cities

A New Report From Wallethub Ranks Chattanooga, Tennessee, As The Fourth-Worst Run Large City In The Country, Behind Washington, D.C., San Francisco And New York. Not Far Behind, At No. 133, Was Memphis While Knoxville Was 113th And Nashville Ranked 111th.

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Rhodes College Punishes Unvaccinated Students Financially

Rhodes Notified Students Via A Letter That They Will Be Charging $1500 To All Students Who Are Not Vaccinated. The College Claims The Fee Will Be Used To Cover The Expense Of Weekly Testing.

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New Jobs Coming To Fayette County Tennessee

Governor Bill Lee And Department Of Economic And Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe Announced New Jobs Coming To Tennessee Through Helen Of Troy Limited’s New Distribution Center.

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