The Tennessee Educational System Is In Crisis [Interview w/ State Rep Scott Cepicky]

In the most open, honest and frank conversation we’ve ever had on the program about School Choice, Representative Scott Cepicky talks about what’s wrong with public education in Tennessee and what the true Conservative Patriots in our Tennessee Legislature are doing to try to do what’s best for students and parents across the state.

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State Releases Draft For New Education Funding Model

As Legislators Hit Nashville For The 2022 General Assembly, The Tennessee Department Of Education Released A Draft Framework For The New Funding Formula. The Time Period For Public Comments Has Been Extended For Four Days, Now Ending On January 18.

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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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UTC Committee Seeks To Make Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Courses A Requirement

The University Of Tennessee Chattanooga ‘Reimagining Committee’ Is Proposing A Revamp Of The General Education Program To, In Part, Make Room For A Minimum Of Six Hours Of Required Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Courses For All Students. The New Proposal Would Cut Several Required Credit Hours Of Math And Humanities.

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Details Straggling In On Education Funding Reform

Reforming Education Funding Is Set To Take Center Stage When State Lawmakers Convene Tuesday, Jan. 11 For The Second Year Of The 112th General Assembly.

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“Shoot Up Your School” TikTok Challenge Leads To Arrest Of Student And A Parent In Two Counties

A Supposed “National Shoot Up Your School” TikTok “Challenge” Had School Districts On High Alert In Tennessee On Friday. Some Schools Around The Country Closed For The Day Out Of An Abundance Of Caution And Some Parents Kept Their Children Home.

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The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Update 12.17.21

– Tennessee Senators Fear Curbing Illegal Immigration Within State Hopeless – Yet One Lawmaker Files Bill To Stop State Funding Of Students In U.S. Illegally
– Appeals Court Narrows Ruling On CMS Mandates Jeopardizing TN Health Care Workers
– Congress Passes $770 Billion Defense Bill, Allows Discharge Over Biden Mandate Refusal
– Williamson County Elementary Teacher Arrested For Sex Crimes Against Children
– Tennessee Bill Would Cut Sentence In Half For First Degree Murder
– Griffey Proposes Legislation To Repeal Tennessee’s Gas Tax

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Tennessee Lawmaker Files Bill To Stop State Funding Of Students In U.S. Illegally

Tennessee State Rep. Bruce Griffey Has Filed A Bill That Would Allow Public Schools To Deny Enrollment And The State To Not Fund Education For Students Who Are Deemed To Be In The Country Illegally.

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