Ten Million In Grant Money Up For Grabs In Tennessee Schools To Increase Mental Health Services

Ten Million In Federal Grant Money Is Up For Grabs In Tennessee For Increased Mental Health Services. The Tennessee Department Of Education Opened Up The Application Process For The Resilient School Communities Grant Last Month With This Thursday Being The Final Day To Apply.

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Latest ESSER Surveys Ask Stakeholders To Rank How Important Mental Health Services Are In Schools

Public Schools In Tennessee Will Receive Over $4.5 Billion In Federal Money By Fall Of 2023. According To Sources, Tennessee Is Heavily Investing American Rescue Plan ESSER Funds In Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Programs Under The Guise Of Students’ Mental Health.

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Independent Think Tank Says More Masks On The Horizon For Tennessee Schools Because Of Strings Attached To ESSER Funding

In A White Paper Summary Released This Year, TN Liberty Network Details How The Federal Government Uses Covid Relief Money Via Elementary And Secondary School
Emergency Relief (ESSER) Funds “To Coerce K-12 Public School Compliance With CDC-Related Requirements, Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Requirements, And Mental Health Requirements.”

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Bipartisan Group Of U.S. Senators Announce Agreement On Gun Control Measure

A Bipartisan Group Of U.S. Senators, Including 10 Republicans And 10 Democrats, Announced On Sunday They’d Reached An Agreement On New Federal Gun Control Legislation.

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U.S. House Passes Extensive Gun Control Measure; Future Uncertain In Senate

The U.S. House Of Representatives Voted Wednesday Evening To Pass The “Protecting Our Kids Act,” A Package Of Gun Control Bills Developed In Response To The Recent Mass Shootings In Buffalo, New York And Uvalde, Texas.

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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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