1st Tuesday Nashville To Host “Perhaps the Busiest Man in Tennessee” – AG Slatery

These Days, One Of The Busiest Men In All Of Tennessee Is TN State Attorney General Herbert Slatery. Ag Slatery Has Been Able To Adjust His Schedule And Has Found He Can Make Time On Thursday, October 21st To Return To 1st Tuesday !!

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Tennessee K-12 Funding To Be Reviewed By 18 Subcommittees

The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced On Tuesday, October 12, That The Formula Used To Distribute Funds Into Public Schools Will Be Decided By 18 Subcommittees.

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What A K-12 Funding Formula Review Could Mean In Tennessee

When Gov. Bill Lee Called For A Review of Tennessee’s Basic Education Program (BEP) Last Week, It Came After Years Of Complaints About The Public Education Funding Formula.

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Homeschooled Children Increased To 5 Million In 2020

The Number Of Children Being Home-Schooled Has Grown From An Estimated 13,000 In 1973 To 5 Million, According To A Report By The National Home Education Research Institute.

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Tennessee Public Schools Spent Nearly $10K Per Pupil In 2019-2020 School Year

New Data from The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability Shows Tennessee Public Schools Spent An Average Of $9,753 Per Student During The 2019-20 School Year.

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Parents Concerned About Critical Race Theory In Schools, Poll Confirms

The Biden Administration Has Sparked Controversy For Endorsing Elements Of Critical Race Theory In Education Programs, And The Latest Polling Reveals A Source Of That Concern.

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Public School Enrollment Drop 3 Percent Nationally

The Number Of Students Attending Public Schools During The 2020-2021 Academic Year Fell By Roughly 3% Compared With The Previous Year. Home-Schooling More Than Doubled As Many Parents Pass On Virtual Learning During Pandemic.

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Tennessee Public School Enrollment Mirrors National Decline

Tennessee Matched The National Trend As Public School Enrollment This Past School Year Was Down 2.9% In The State Compared With The 2019-2020 School Year, According To Preliminary Data Released By NCES.

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American Federation For Children Tennessee Welcomes New Director

American Federation For Children – Tennessee yesterday Welcomed A New State Director, John Patton, To Oversee AFC’s Policy, Advocacy, Political, And Grassroots Efforts Across The Volunteer State.

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New Poll Confirms Widespread Support For School Choice

A Majority Of Voters Support School Choice, A New Poll From Echelon Insights Shows.

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