Metro Nashville School Board Approves 4 Charter School Agreement Renewals

While All The School’s Agreements Were Renewed By Majority, None Received A Unanimous Vote From The Board Members.

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Empowered Jefferson Organized To Advance Conservative Public Policy In Jefferson County, TN

Citizens Often Assume Nothing Can Be Done About Taxes, Zoning, Or Left-Leaning Ideology In Our Public Schools. Empowered Jefferson Tackles Issues Of Public Policy Head-On And Aims To Advise Others On How To Be More Active In Shaping It.

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Tennessee’s Department Of Education Looking For $350M Budget Increase

A Year After Receiving $1 Billion In Additional Funding For K-12 Education, Tennessee’s Department Of Education Is Asking For A $353.3 Million Increase In Its Budget Hearing With Gov. Bill Lee And The State’s Executive Budget Team.

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Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Releases First Review Of Literacy Success Act

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability Has Completed Its First Annual Review Of The Implementation Of The Tennessee Literacy Success Act.

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Williamson County School Board Votes To Limit Citizen Engagement

The Williamson County School Board Voted To Limit Formal Complaints About Textbooks, Instructional Materials And Supplementary Instructional Materials To Only Current WCS Parents/Guardians, Employees And Students.

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Sexual Assault Cases At TN Elementary Schools Not Being Reported In Violation Of Title IX Law

According To Several Sources, 3 Separate Sexual Assault Cases That Occurred Within The Wilson County Schools District Were Not Reported To The Tennessee Department Of Children’s Services Even Though Every Teacher And Administrator Is A Mandatory Reporter.

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Williamson County School Board To Consider Limiting Citizen Engagement (Op-Ed)

We Have Seen On The News And Indeed In Our Own Schools Here In Williamson County, An Alarming Influx Of Highly Questionable Material In School Curricula And Libraries. Sadly, The Williamson County School Board Is Contemplating A Policy Change At This Monday’s School Board Meeting (October 24th, 6pm, 1761 W. Main St, Franklin) That Would Limit The Ability To Lodge Formal Complaints To Only Current Parents Of Williamson County School Students. What This Would Mean Is Grandparents, Educators, And Other Concerned Williamson County Residents Would Lose The Ability To Meaningfully Engage About Objectionable Material In The Taxpayer Funded Public Schools.

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