Clarksville Mom Wants Teacher Fired For Screaming At, Pulling Hair Of Special Needs Student

A Clarksville Mother Is Petitioning The Local School Board To Terminate A Tenured Teacher Who Allegedly Screamed At Her Special Needs Son And Pulled His Hair.

Read more

Adverse Student Behavior, Unpunished Bullying, School Inaction Forging Path For School Vouchers / Public School Exodus (4th In A Series)

Some Of The Reported Reasons For Tennessee School Vouchers Receiving Support And Moving Forward And The Exodus Of Children From Public Schools Include Adverse Student Behavior On School Buses, Unpunished Bullies And Lack Of Action By School Administrators.

Read more

Tennessee Senate Committee Passes Bill To Mandate Firearm Safety Course For Public School Students

The Senate Education Committee Passed A Bill That Would Require Tennessee Students In Public Schools And Public Charter Schools To Take An Annual Handgun Safety Course.

Read more

Tennessee Senate Committee To Consider Mandatory Handgun Safety Course For Public School Students

The Tennessee Senate Education Committee Will Hear A Proposed Law On Wednesday That Would Require An Annual Handgun Safety Course For All Public School And Public Charter School Students.

Read more

Tennessee Senate Passes Bill That Clarifies Suitability Of School Library Materials

The Tennessee Senate Has Passed An Amended Bill Intended To Bring More Clarity To The Suitability Of Library Materials Found In Tennessee’s Public And Charter Schools.

Read more

School Voucher Omnibus Bill Passes In House Education Committee Following 4 Hours Of Discussion

After Over Four Hours Of Deliberation On Wednesday, The House Version Of This Year’s School Choice Legislation Was Passed Out Of The House Education Committee By A Vote Of 12-7. However, School Choice Is Not The Only Thing Legislators Are Considering Here.

Read more

Competing Tennessee ESA Proposals Set For Wednesday Committee Discussions

The Tennessee Legislature’s Debate On Education Savings Accounts Will Continue Wednesday When Competing Versions Of The Bill Are Heard By The Senate Education Committee And House Education Administration.

Read more

Three Republicans In Senate Committee Vote Against Bill Banning Pride Flags In Tennessee Public School Classrooms (Update 2.29.24)

Three Republicans On The Senate Education Committee Voted Against A Bill Yesterday That Would Ban Certain Flags, Including Pride Flags, From Being Displayed In Public School Classrooms.

Read more

Tennessee Public School Omnibus Bill Narrowly Passes House Subcommittee, Moves Forward To Full Education Committee

After Over 2 Hours And Much Discussion, HB1183 – The School Voucher Legislation That Has Been Called “The House Public School Omnibus Bill,” Passed Out Of The Tennessee House K-12 Subcommittee With A Roll Call Vote Of 6 Yes, 2 No’s And 2 Present Not Voting.

Read more

Tennessee Legislators Pass Required AI Policies For Public Schools

Both The Tennessee House And Senate Have Voted In Favor Of Legislation That Requires Public Schools And Universities In The State To Establish Policies For The Use Of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Read more