Remote Learning A ‘Primary Driver’ Of Widening Achievement Gaps

A New Working Paper Analyzed Testing Data From 2.1 Million Students In 49 States Plus D.C. And Found That “Remote Instruction Was A Primary Driver Of Widening Achievement Gaps.”

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As Holiday Break Ends, Some Schools Choosing To Return To Fully Remote Learning

With The Holiday Break Coming To An End Today, A Number Of School Districts Across The Country Are Deciding To Go Fully Remote To Start The New Year. These Decisions Come Despite Mounting Evidence That Pandemic Lockdowns And Other Restrictions Have Taken A Significant Mental And Emotional Toll On Children.

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$6.5 Million In Grants Awarded In TN To Support Children’s Mental Health

The Tennessee Department Of Mental Health And Substance Abuse Services Has Selected A Total Of Ten Programs Across The State To Receive $6.5 Million In New Funding To Expand Mental Health Services For Children And Youth.

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Lewis & Abernathy Talk About Comptroller’s Recent Decision, TN Corporatism & Head Start Mask Mandates

Brandon Lewis, Founder of the Tennessee Conservative is the guest for Tennessee Anchorman Alex Abernathy where they talk about the Tennessee Comptroller’s recent decision to suspend previously Issued COVID exemptions, Tennessee Corporatism, Second Amendment rights and the federal mask mandate for Head Starts.

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AG Slatery Leads Nationwide Investigation Into Instagram’s Impact on Young People

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Is Leading A Nationwide Investigation Into Meta Platforms, Inc., Formerly Known As Facebook, For Providing And Promoting Its Social Media Platform – Instagram – To Children And Young Adults Despite Knowing That Such Use Is Associated With Mental Health Harms.

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Report Highlights Mental Health Issues, Available Funds In Tennessee

A New Sycamore Institute Report Shows Mental Health Issues And Drug Overdoses Had Increased In Tennessee Before The Covid-19 Pandemic, And Those Issues Have Multiplied Over The Past 20 Months.

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Top 7 News Stories This Week For Conservatives In Tennessee!

1) Free-Speech Social Media Platform To Move HQ To Nashville
2) Nashville Nurses Denied Religious Exemptions At Saint Thomas Hospitals
3) Greer To Allow “Documented” Exemptions To Knox Schools Mask Mandate But With Additional Step
4) Food And Gas Prices Reach New Heights
5) Pandemic Shutdowns Created ‘Lost Generation’ That Will Impact Careers, Mental Health
6) TN Treasurer Strongly Opposes IRS Bank Account Monitoring Proposal
7) Lee Commits To Revamping TN’s K-12 School Funding Formula

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Pandemic Shutdowns Created ‘Lost Generation’ That Will Impact Careers, Mental Health

New National Research Shows That Parents Fear Students Who Lost Time In School During The Pandemic Shutdowns Could Experience Long-Term Effects On Their Learning And Career Opportunities.

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