Legislators Prepare To Move Forward With School Funding Reform

Even As Questions Continue To Be Raised About The Revamping Of School Funding In Tennessee, State Legislators Are Looking To Continue To Move Along With The Reform During This Session.

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Parents Unhappy With Current School Choice Options In Tennessee

Parents Weighed In On A Statistic That The Tennessee Conservative Shared Regarding TCAP Test Scores From The 2020-2021 School Year And Overwhelmingly, The Response Was Disappointment In Tennessee’s Education Options.

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Hamilton County Schools Close for COVID; Standardized Test Scores Released

Hamilton County Schools Will Be Closed On Tuesday And Wednesday Of Next Week, In Response To “Upward Trend” In COVID-19 Cases, Announced Soon After The Interim Superintendent Revealed The District’s Standardized Test Scores.

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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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More School Choice Options Equals Higher State-Level Test Scores

As School Choice Bills Continue To Make Their Way Through State Legislatures, A Report On Student Achievement Published By The University Of Arkansas’s Department Of Education Reform Argues That The More Educational Options Are Afforded Parents, The Better Statewide Test Results Are.

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Government Schools Again Ask Lee for More Money Despite Failing Record on Basic Academics

On Monday, As Tennessee Gov. Lee Prepared For The State Of The State Address, Teachers Were Putting Pressure On Lee To Give More Funding To Education Despite Low Student Literacy Rates, Test Scores And Overall Poor Educational Rankings.

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