Sevier County Parents Raise Concerns Over Chromebook App

A Reading App Called Epic That Was Temporarily Removed From Williamson County Schools Chromebooks Over Concerns That It Violated New Legislation Was Reinstated After A Short Review, According To A Source In Williamson County.

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Tennessee’s Open Primaries Invite “Crossover Raiding” In County Race

A Tactic Known As “Crossover Raiding” Involves A Voter, A Democratic Voter For Example, Choosing The Republican Ballot In Order To Vote For Someone Less Likely To Prevail Against The Democratic (Or Independent) Candidate In An Election.

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Why Local GOP’s Should Reconsider Disqualifying Candidates

The Purpose Of This Article Is To Discuss The Advantages Of Republican Primaries And To Warn That Preventing Conservatives From Running In Republican Primaries Is A Bad Idea That Can Result In Democrats Winning. An Example Of What Can Happen Is Occurring In Williamson County, Where I Live.

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Divisive Charter School Bill Heads To Education Subcommittee Tomorrow

Representative Mark White Is The Sponsor Of A Bill Heading To The Education Instruction Subcommittee Tomorrow That Would Allow Charter Schools To Bypass The Input Of Parents Via Their Elected School Boards And Apply Directly To The State Charter School Commission Instead.

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House K-12 Committee To Discuss Bill Allowing More Public Speakers At School Board Meetings

House Bill 1880 Would Require School Boards To Allow At Least Ten People To Speak During Public Meetings. The Bill Is On The February 15th Agenda For The House K-12 Subcommittee.

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Bill Allowing More Public Speakers At School Board Meetings Assigned to House K-12 Subcommittee (Update 2/9/22)

A Tennessee Bill That Seeks To Require School Boards To Allow At Least 10 People To Speak During Public Meetings Has Been Assigned To A Subcommittee For Review.

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TN Bill Aims To Allow Citizens More Opportunities To Speak At School Board Meetings

A New Companion Set Of Bills Introduced In The Tennessee General Assembly Seeks To Require School Boards To Allow At Least Ten People To Speak During Public Meetings.

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How Thousands of Moms Are Fighting Critical Race Theory in Tennessee [Interview w/ Moms for Liberty – TN]

Moms for Liberty has Chapters all over the Volunteer State – to safeguard the liberties and culture the next generation. Joining me today are three Moms for Liberty Representatives. Brandy Howard of Hamilton County, Robin Steenman of Williamson County and Jennifer Conder of the Davidson County Chapter.

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Senator Gardenhire Pushes For Higher Salaries For School Board Members

State Senator Todd Gardenhire Of Chattanooga Says He Plans To Introduce A “Pay Equity” Bill That Would Stipulate That Local School Board Members Receive The Same Salaries And Benefits As Members Of The County Commission And Other Local Government Entities.

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