States Rebel Against Failing Unionized Education

When Covid Shut Down America’s Classrooms, This Impacted SAT Scores, Exams, College Entrance Requirements, And Scholarships. It Negatively Skewed Standardized Tests. And Those Who Needed Extra Help Fell Further Behind. It Also Made Graduating A Challenge For Those Who Needed Required Classes. And This Forced Many States To Take Action Against Federally Unionized State Education.

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Election Integrity, Employee Medical Freedom, Natural Immunity & 4 Other Bills To Follow

Republican-Led Bills With Subjects Ranging From Election Integrity, Employee Medical Freedom, Natural Immunity, Penalties For Sexual Predators To E-Verify, And Vehicle Sales Tax Exemption For Members Of The Tennessee National Guard Are All Soon-To-Be Up For Debate In The Tennessee General Assembly.

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Tennessee School Voucher Bill Clears Senate Subcommittee

A Bill That Could Allow Parents To Utilize School Vouchers For Private Or Charter Schools Cleared The Senate Education Committee On Wednesday.

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Redistricting Bill Pushed Forward To Possible Thursday Senate Vote

Legislators Continue To Press On With Redistricting Of The State, A Process That Only Happens Once Every Ten Years. Updated Maps Are Expected To Be Presented To The Senate On Thursday.

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TN Legislature To Consider K-12 School Vouchers, Insulin Price Cap This Week

Two Bills Set To Begin The Committee Process This Week Include Senate Bill 1674 To Expand Student Eligibility For K-12 Education Vouchers And House Bill 451 To Limit The Cost Of A 30-Day Supply Of Insulin To $100.

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Bills For Tennessee Conservatives To Watch In The General Assembly

With The Tennessee General Assembly Back In Session In Nashville, Many Bills Have Been Unveiled That Will Be Discussed Over The Next Few Months. Following Are Some Of The Bills That Have Been Made Public That Conservatives In Tennessee May Want To Keep An Eye On.

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TN Bill Filed To Grant School Vouchers To Students Impacted By Virus Protocols

Parents In Tennessee Who Disagree With School Policies Regarding Required Masking Or Virtual Learning May Soon Get State Funding To Send Their Children To A Different School Of Their Choice, Including Private Schools.

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Weary Of Social Media Prying, Lawmakers Delve Into Data Privacy

TN Legislators Plan To Push Forward With Legislation Designed To Let Tennesseans Know What Companies Are Doing With Their Data When They Sign A Contract.

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Democrats’ Congressional District Map Draws Ice-Water Reaction

Tennessee Democrats Are Submitting A Congressional Redistricting Map That Keeps Davidson County Whole And Puts Communities Of Interest Together, But At Least One State Senator Is Pouring Cold Water On The Plan.

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Not All Republicans In TN General Assembly On Board With Partisan School Board Elections

Some Republicans And School Board Advocates Are Questioning A New State Law That Will Allow Local Tennessee School Board Elections To Become Partisan.

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