Hamilton County Commission Appropriates $70K For “Restorative Justice” In Hamilton County Schools

Last Week, Hamilton County Commissioners Voted To Appropriate $70 Thousand To “Address Discipline Disparities And Aid Implementation Of Restorative Practices In Local Schools.”

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Tennessee Students Still Falling Short As State Celebrates Literacy Progress

Education Officials Across Tennessee Are Celebrating Successes Made On Last Year’s State Assessments, But The State’s Students Still Are Not Quite Up To Par As More Than 25% Of Them Are Still Scoring Below Grade Levels In Some Areas.

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Tennessee Faces Continued Teacher Shortage As New Educator Graduate Rates Drop

A Newly Released Report Shows That The Number Of New Teachers Completing Teacher Training Programs In Tennessee Has Dropped Almost 20% Over The Last Five Years.

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TN Educators Least Concerning Challenges Are Student Privacy & Health, Professional Development, Survey Finds

A Recent Survey Conducted By The Professional Educators Of Tennessee Shows That Of The 620 Educators That Responded, The Biggest Challenges They Face Are Teacher Morale, Student Discipline And Student Attitude And Behavior While Their Least Concerning Challenges Are Student Privacy, Professional Development And Student Health.

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Study Shows Tennessee Is Failing At School Funding

A Newly Released Study Places Tennessee Near The Bottom When It Comes To Education Funding, As Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn Continues With A Series Of Town Hall Meetings Across The State In An Effort To Push A New Funding Formula.

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