Police Officer Shortage Affects School Safety in Middle Tennessee

A Police Officer Shortage Is Affecting School Safety In Middle Tennessee. Some Schools Will Not Have A Dedicated Resource Officer When The New School Year Begins, Which For Some Counties Is Next Week.

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Monroe County Schools Still Facing Bussing Issues Even With Available Drivers

Tennessee Schools Are Continuing To Feel The Effects Of The Current Labor Shortage, And Bus Routes Are One Of The Areas Of Concern In Regards To Staffing Issues. Monroe County Schools Are Still Attempting To Figure Out Just How Students Will Find A Way To School, But It Does Not Seem To Be Due To A Lack Of Drivers.

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Several Middle Tennessee Public School Districts Dealing With Teacher Shortages

With School Starting In Less Than Two Weeks For Some Middle Tennessee Students, Some School Districts Still Have Hundreds Of Teaching Positions Left Unfilled.

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School Systems Battle Transportation Issues From Rising Gas Costs and Driver Shortage

School Districts Across The State Continue To Deal With Transportation Issues, Seeking Solutions For The Ongoing Bus Driver Shortage And Now Dealing With Rising Gas Prices.

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No Education Issue Was Too Big – Or Small – For Tennessee Lawmakers This Year

Tennessee Lawmakers’ Scrutiny Of Public Education This Year Ran The Gamut, From Completely Rewriting The State’s K-12 Funding Formula To Authorizing Teachers To Confiscate Students’ Cell Phones If They’re Deemed A Distraction In Class.

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Bus Driver Shortage Leads Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools To Cancel Routes

A Decision To Eliminate Some Bus Routes Because Of A Shortage Of Drivers May Have Some Students In The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System Scrambling To Find An Alternate Means Of Getting To School.

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