Memphis Dem Looks To Bypass TN Permitless Carry Law

A Memphis Democrat Is Pushing For Handgun Carry Permits To Be Required In Tennessee’s Highest Populated Areas.

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Memphis-Shelby County School Board Approves Expansion Of Two Charter Schools

Two Charter Schools That Have Been At Odds With Memphis-Shelby County Schools Administrators Won Approval From The School Board For Their Requests To Expand.

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Analysis Shows Some TN Students Lost Months Of Learning Between 2019 – 2022

A New Analysis Of Data From The Nation’s Report Card Shows That Tennessee Students Lost, On Average, What Equals Five Months Of Math Learning Between 2019 And 2022 While The State’s Students Lost Four Months Of Reading Learning.

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Tennessee Teacher Union Pushes For More Benefits For Educators In Lowest Performing District

Teachers In The Lowest Performing School District In Tennessee Want To Negotiate A New Labor Agreement. One Of The Two Teachers Unions In Memphis-Shelby County Schools States They Have Enough Signatures To Force The District To Begin Negotiations.

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Nation’s Report Card Shows Shelby County Schools Have Greatest Decline In The Country

Newly Released Data Places Shelby County Schools With Some Of The Biggest Drops In Math And Reading Scores Across The Country, According To The “Nation’s Report Card.”

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TN Public Charter School Commission Rejects Two Memphis Charter Schools’ Appeals

The Tennessee Public Charter School Commission Rejected The Appeals Of Two Proposed Memphis Charter Schools On Tuesday.

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Voter Registration Down Across The Volunteer State

Voter Registration Numbers In Tennessee Show Little Increase At The Midterm, Leaving Election Administrators Concerned That Voter Turnout May Be Low For The Election.

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