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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Bus Driver Shortage Leads Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools To Cancel Routes

A Decision To Eliminate Some Bus Routes Because Of A Shortage Of Drivers May Have Some Students In The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System Scrambling To Find An Alternate Means Of Getting To School.

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Whistleblower Evidence Shows Biden’s DOJ Is Targeting Parents With FBI Investigations

Despite Sworn Testimony By U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland That The U.S. Department Of Justice Isn’t Targeting Parents After He Directed The Department To Do So Last Fall, A Whistleblower Has Come Forward To The House Judiciary Committee Providing Evidence That The FBI Is In Fact Investigating Parents.

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Parents Push Back Against High School Banned Books Display Sponsored By Books A Million

Some Wilson County Parents Were Dismayed This Week To Learn Of A Banned Books Display That Was Sponsored By Books A Million In Providence Shopping Center In Mount Juliet, Tennessee.

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Don’t Let Your Kids Get Schooled By Big Tech (Marsha Blackburn Op-Ed)

Summer Break Used To Give Kids Time To Explore – Camping Trips, Games Of Hide And Seek, And Picnics In The Park. But As Of Late, Students With Free Time On Their Hands Have Traded Adventure For More Screen Time. School Is Almost Out, And Before The Last Bell Rings, Parents And Caretakers Need To Study Up On How To Keep Kids Safe Online.

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Book Review Committee Recommends Keeping ALA Awarded Books Despite Parental Objections

A Review Committee Presented Their Findings On Four More Books That Parents In Wilson County Have Called Out For Inappropriate Sexual Content To The School Board And Public Last Week.

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Senator Bill Hagerty Says DHS Disinformation Board Likely Illegal

U.S. Sen. Bill Hagerty Says The Creation Of A Board Within The Department Of Homeland Security (DHS) Tasked With Combating “Disinformation” Is Likely Illegal. Creating The Board And Hiring Its New Director Without Congressional Authorization Violates Several Federal Laws, Hagerty Argues. Knowingly And Willfully Violating One Of Them Carries A $5,000 Fine And Up To Two Years In Prison, He Adds.

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TCAP Testing Continues To Be A Source Of Stress For Both Students And Educators

It Is Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) Season In Tennessee Schools, A Season Characterized By Much Stress Amongst Schoolchildren And Educators Alike.

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