New School Year, New Vaccine Requirements In Tennessee

During The 2021-2022 School Year, Parents And Guardians Were Required To Have A Healthcare Provider Sign For Religious Exemptions To Vaccines But The New School Year Has Seen A Significant Change In That Requirement – The Student’s Parent Or Guardian Can Now Sign, With No Signature From A Healthcare Provider Necessary.

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U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn On Stopping Big Tech Censorship In Tennessee – TTC Exclusive!

If you’re a conservative, you’ve probably been censored on social media. But did you know conservative messages are being blocked from your Gmail, AOL, yahoo and other mass email inboxes? In this exclusive interview, U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn discusses what can be done at the federal level to stop this – while I report how RINO’s killed similar legislation that would have prevented it in Tennessee at the state level. Plus, we touch on how the Biden administration is trying to sexually corrupt our government schools even further and why illegal immigration remains unchecked in the Volunteer State.

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TDOE Launches Portal To On-Demand Access To TCAP Scores, Resources For Parents

With The 2022-23 School Year Beginning Across The State, The Tennessee Department Of Education Has Launched The “Know More, Learn More TN” Campaign To Encourage All Tennessee Parents And Families To Log In To The Redesigned TCAP Family Portal For On-Demand Access To Their Student’s TCAP Assessment Results.

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Hamilton County Commission Appropriates $70K For “Restorative Justice” In Hamilton County Schools

Last Week, Hamilton County Commissioners Voted To Appropriate $70 Thousand To “Address Discipline Disparities And Aid Implementation Of Restorative Practices In Local Schools.”

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Rutherford County School Board Member Issues Statement Supporting Charter Schools

Whether You Believe We Do, Or Do Not, The Fact Of The Matter Is That Our Governor & Legislature Have Made It Clear That They Do, And Most Parents Have Made It Clear They Want More “School Choice” For Their Children.
Many Of You Are Missing What Really Matters And Who It Really Affects: THE KIDS.
Most Of These Students Were Already At Risk Before Overcrowding.
Have We Really Gone So Far As A Society To Allow Such Blatant Politics And Guilt Affiliation To Deny These STUDENTS A Choice Of A Classical Education? Should Not The Parents Be Allowed To Choose?

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What Hillsdale College Really Wants For Tennessee Students & Parents – (Interview with Kathleen O’Toole, Hillsdale’s Assistant Provost for K-12 Education)

Kathleen O’Toole, Hillsdale’s Assistant Provost For K-12 Education Joins Us Today To Discuss What Hillsdale College Really Wants For Tennessee Students, What Parents Can Expect From Their Charter Schools And What Tennesseans Can Do To Support School Choice And Better Educational Alternatives In Tennessee.

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Op-Ed: A Tennessee High School Student Speaks Out

For Those Of You Who Are Invested In The Deceit That Divisive Concepts Are Not Involved In The Teachings Within Our Public Schools, I Have Some Bad News For You…

These Issues Persisted Constantly Throughout My Time At My High School.

Vote For Candidates Who Will Preserve Student Innocence, Inclusivity, And The Fostering Of Creative, Intuitive, And Free Student Minds. We, The Students Of Tennessee, Are Counting On You!

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Tennessee Teacher Says Rep. White Using Hillsdale To Deflect Attention Away From Failing Student Proficiency Rates

Representative Mark White Boasted That Governor Lee’s Plan To Allow Hillsdale College To Operate Charter Schools In Tennessee Has Been “Shattered” But A Tennessee Teacher Says That White’s And Other’s Attacks On Hillsdale Are Merely Attempts To Deflect Attention Away From Failing Student Proficiency Rates.

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Tennessee Students Still Falling Short As State Celebrates Literacy Progress

Education Officials Across Tennessee Are Celebrating Successes Made On Last Year’s State Assessments, But The State’s Students Still Are Not Quite Up To Par As More Than 25% Of Them Are Still Scoring Below Grade Levels In Some Areas.

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