K-12 Education Funding Report Highlights Tennessee System Failures

A New Report From Tennessee Nonprofit State Collaborative On Reforming Education (Score) Shows The State Would Be One Of Nearly 40 Others To Adopt A Student-Based Funding Formula If That Is The End Result Of The State’s Review Of Its K-12 Public Education Formula, The Basic Education Program (Bep).

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Teacher Pay Will Be Issue In TN Public School Funding Review

As Tennessee Begins Looking At Revamping Its Basic Education Program (BEP) To Fund Public Schools, One Factor Looming In The Discussion Of A New Funding Formula Is Teacher Pay.

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Republicans & Dems Share Differing Views Of TN’s Plan To Revamp Education Funding

When Lee Presented the Plan To Revamp The BEP, He Said A New Funding Formula Would Be A More “Student-based Funding Strategy Than A System-Based Funding Strategy.” That Terminology Created A Red Flag For Some Lawmakers.

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Tennessee K-12 Funding To Be Reviewed By 18 Subcommittees

The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced On Tuesday, October 12, That The Formula Used To Distribute Funds Into Public Schools Will Be Decided By 18 Subcommittees.

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What A K-12 Funding Formula Review Could Mean In Tennessee

When Gov. Bill Lee Called For A Review of Tennessee’s Basic Education Program (BEP) Last Week, It Came After Years Of Complaints About The Public Education Funding Formula.

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Senate Republicans Fight To Stop Teacher’s Union From Targeting CRT Opponents

Senator Marsha Blackburn Along With Senators Tommy Tuberville And Marco Rubio Sent A Letter To The National Education Association After It Was Reported That The Union Voted To Target And Research Opponents Of Critical Race Theory.

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Biden Sued Over Immigration Policy – Tennessee Conservative News Break July 2, 2021

1) Texas Sheriffs, Federal Police Foundation Sues Biden Administration Over Immigration Policy
2) Congressional Delegation Visits Texas Calling On State To Shut Border
3) National Education Association Debates Mandatory Vaccinations, Critical Race Theory
4) Republican Senators Seek Answers After Removal Of COVID Data Requested By China
5) Tennessee Ends Federal Unemployment Benefits On July 3

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National Education Association Debates Mandatory Vaccinations, Critical Race Theory

One Of The Nation’s Top Labor And Teacher’s Unions Is Debating Whether To Call For The Mandatory Vaccination Of All Children Before Returning To School. The Organization Already Has Agreed To Support And Lead Campaigns To Advance Critical Race Theory.

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Republicans Push For Answers After Finding Teachers Unions Influenced CDC Guidance On School Reopenings

A Controversy Involving Teachers Unions, The White House And Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Guidance On Reopening Schools Has Sparked An Inquiry From Congressional Republicans.

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