Nashville Charter Schools Find New Sports Partner After Being Dumped By MNPS

After Being Banned By Metro Nashville Public Schools From Participating In Middle School Sports, The City’s Public Charter Schools Have Found A New Organization That Will Allow Them To Continue To Offer The Same Sports Programs.

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Rising Gas Prices Impact First Responders, Schools Across the State

The High Cost Of Gas Proves To Be A Problem Across Tennessee As Pumps Continue To Show Record Rising Prices. First Responders, Schools, And Other Community Groups Are Trying To Maintain Services While Still Surviving Within Their Allotted Budgets.

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Tennessee Supreme Court Denies Nashville’s Request To Reconsider School Voucher Program

Tennessee’s Supreme Court Will Not Reconsider Its Prior Ruling On An Educational Savings Plan In Nashville And Memphis.

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School Systems Battle Transportation Issues From Rising Gas Costs and Driver Shortage

School Districts Across The State Continue To Deal With Transportation Issues, Seeking Solutions For The Ongoing Bus Driver Shortage And Now Dealing With Rising Gas Prices.

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Caesar’s Whims, Sentencing Truth, FDA Knew, Transparent Intentions, MNPS Blocks School Choice + Big7

1) TN State Reps Blast Biden For Cutting Food Funding For Schools That Don’t Abide By LGBTQ+ Mandates
2) Tennessee’s Truth-In-Sentencing Law Goes Into Effect On July 1st
3) Tennessee Congresswoman Says FDA Knew Of Formula Shortage Possibility In November
4) Lee Signs Tennessee Campaign Finance Reform Bill Into Law With Reporting Requirements For Nonprofits
5) Metro Nashville Asks Tennessee Supreme Court For Another Look At School Voucher Decision
6) Lee Signs Budget Appropriations Bill That Includes $500M For New Tennessee Titans Stadium
7) TN Firefighter Suffering From PTSD Demoted And Dismissed 4 Years Before Retirement

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Metro Nashville Asks Tennessee Supreme Court For Another Look At School Voucher Decision

Rather Than Accepting The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Recent Decision To Allow The State’s Pilot Education Savings Account Program To Move Forward, Metro Nashville Is Asking The Court To Rethink Its Decision.

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Metro Nashville Won’t Allow Charter Middle Schoolers To Compete On MNPS Sports Teams

Charter School Students In Nashville Will No Longer Be Able To Participate In Athletics At Metro Nashville Public Schools.

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Appeals Court Revives Girls’ Videoed Sexual Abuse Lawsuits Against Nashville Schools

A Divided Federal Appellate Court On Thursday Resurrected A Lawsuit Filed Against Metro Nashville Public Schools By The Parents Of Two Students Who Were Sexually Assaulted And Videos Of Their Attacks Posted Online In Two Different Incidents At Two Different High Schools.

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School Teacher Confirms On Camera That CRT Is Still Being Taught In Tennessee Schools

In A Video Posted By Kelli Phillips, Who Is Running For Metro Nashville School Board District 4, A School Teacher Came Forward To Express That Critical Race Theory (CRT) Is Still Being Taught In Tennessee Schools.

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Governor’s School Funding Plan Not Likely To Avert State Lawsuit

Two Democratic Legislators Predicted Tuesday The Governor’s K-12 Funding Plan Won’t Persuade Metro Nashville Or Shelby County School Districts To Drop A Lawsuit Over Education Funding.

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