Trump Joins Governor Abbott At Border Security Briefing – TTC News Break July 1, 2021

1) Trump Joins Gov. Abbott At Border Security Briefing
2) Gas Prices Hit 7-Year High Ahead Of July 4th Weekend
3) Nashville Record Executive Files Second Lawsuit Against Transgender Bathroom Law
4) Online College In Tennessee More Expensive Than Attending In Person

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Online College In Tennessee More Expensive Than Attending In Person

College Students In Tennessee Pay More To Do Their Schooling Online Than They Do To Attend Courses In Person, A Report From The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability Showed.

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Southern Baptist Pastors Push For Broader Sexual Abuse Investigation – TTC News Break June 15, 2021

1) Southern Baptist Pastors Push For Broader Sexual Abuse Investigation
2) Republican Senators Urge Unelected SEC To Reject Global Warming Disclosures
3) New Learning And Career Development Options For Youth In State Custody

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New Learning And Career Development Options For Youth In State Custody

Tennessee Youth Placed Into The Custody Of The Tennessee Department Of Children’s Services For Delinquent Behavior Now Have New Options For Learning And Career Development To Prepare For A Successful Next Chapter In Life.

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Tennessee Offers Free Online Courses To Residents Who Lost Their Jobs Due To COVID

Tennessee Workers Displaced By The Economic Disruption Caused By COVID-19 Can Enroll In Free Online Classes To Advance Their Skill Set. Courses Are Designed To Prepare People With No Degree Or Technology Background For Entry-level Careers In High-growth Fields Such As IT Support, Project Management, UX Design, And Data Analytics.

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Tennessee Likely To Receive $2.6B More In Federal COVID-19 Education Relief

Tennessee Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn Told A Panel Of State Senators She Anticipates State Will Receive An Additional $2.3 to $2.6 Billion Dollars In Federal Education Funds In A Third Round Of Federal COVID-19 Relief.

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