Hamilton County School Board Tackles Divisive Books In HCS Libraries

During The Hamilton County School Board Meeting On October 21st, The Board Along With School Administrators Tackled The Topic Of Whether Books Found To Be Offensive Should Be On School Book Shelves For Students To Access.

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National School Boards Association Apologizes For Letter Comparing Concerned Parents To Terrorists

The National School Boards Association Late Friday Apologized To Its Members For A Letter It Sent To The Biden Administration That Compared Parents Protesting Local School Policies Such As Covid-19 Mask Mandates And The Teaching Of Critical Race Theory To Acts Of “Domestic Terrorism.”

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Tennesseans Get Mixed Message At Biomedical Ethics Lecture

Dr. Diekema Spoke About Overcoming Parental Objections To Care For Minor Children With Communication And Persuasion As Physicians Must Have Parental Consent To Treat Children.

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A Mother’s Plea For Justice For Students In Isolation At Williamson County Schools

A Mother Of Two Girls Who Attend Williamson County Schools Sent A Letter To Members Of The Tennessee Legislature And Members Of The Williamson County Board Of Commissioners Pleading For Justice For Her Children Being Held In In-School Suspension For Not Wearing Masks.

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Hamilton County School Board Adjusts Policies So More Parents Can Speak At Meetings

In Sharp Contrast To The Rutherford County School Board That Recently Voted To Place Limits On Speakers At School Board Meetings, The Hamilton County School Board Is Making Arrangements To Allow More Speakers The Chance To Address The School Board.

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Pandemic Shutdowns Created ‘Lost Generation’ That Will Impact Careers, Mental Health

New National Research Shows That Parents Fear Students Who Lost Time In School During The Pandemic Shutdowns Could Experience Long-Term Effects On Their Learning And Career Opportunities.

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Greer To Allow “Documented” Exemptions To Knox Schools Mask Mandate But With Additional Step

U.S. District Judge Ronnie Greer Has Made The Decision To Allow Knox County Schools To Exempt Faculty, Students And Staff From Mask Wearing If They Have Certain Documented Medical Conditions But Is Requiring An Additional Step.

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Griffey Calls On TN Gen. Assembly To “Stand Up For The Freedoms Of Tennesseans We Swore An Oath To Protect”

The Following Is An Email I Sent To Every Member Of The Tennessee House And Several Conservative Members Of The Tennessee Senate. I Want Tennesseans To Know My Position On Vaccine And Mask Mandates As Well As My Efforts To Get Others In The General Assembly To Protect The Rights Of Tennesseans To Make Health Decisions For Themselves And Their Children.

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Too Much Facebook Time Is Harmful To Your Child’s Health – Blackburn Op-Ed

Facebook Didn’t Create The Problem Of Teen Anxiety And Depression, But They Knowingly Exploited It For Profit. They Preyed On Our Children’s Deepest Insecurities And Threw Them Into An Algorithm Tailored To Make Them Feel Even Worse. Halting A Few Pilot Programs Or Advertisement Options Is Not Enough To Undo The Systemic Prioritization Of Profit Above All Else. Facebook Consciously Decided That Advertisements, New Platforms, And Growth Were Worth The Mental Anguish Of Millions Of Young People.

Facebook’s Time Of Reckoning Is Now. Parents And Teens Deserve Resolution Before This Spiral Becomes Irreversible.

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Hamilton County Schools Recommended Reading Exposes Children To Damaging Content, Ideologies

Hamilton County Parents & Moms For Liberty Request Removal Of A Book That Is Recommended Reading For Grades 8 Through 12 For Exposing Students To Damaging Content & Ideologies. School Board Member Rhonda Thurman Said, “I Have Seen A Lot, But This Even Shocked Me.”

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