Tennessee School Districts Plan To Refuse New Law Allowing Teachers To Protect Students By Carrying Firearms On Campus

Despite The Fact That Both The Tennessee House And Senate Passed Legislation Allowing Teachers To Carry Handguns On Campus, Many School Districts Across The State Are Hesitant To Discuss Changes To Their Policies And Others Have Already Stated That They Will Not Allow Teachers To Be Armed.

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Sumner County Commission Passes Obscene Materials Resolution, Insists School Board Follow Tennessee Law

Sumner County’s Commission Passed An Obscene Materials Resolution At Their Most Recent Meeting Admonishing The School Board For Not Adhering To State Law. The Commission States That Members Of The School Board Must Not Promote Pornography Or Other Illegal Materials In Sumner County Schools By Allowing Books With Sexually Explicit Content To Remain On Library Shelves Within The District.

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State Representative Responds As School Districts Speak Out Against Third Grade Retention

School Districts Across The State Continue To Speak Out Against Tennessee’s Controversial New Third Grade Retention Law. In Response, The State’s Education Instruction Subcommittee Chair Says He Is Open To Revisiting The Law And Considering Modifications.

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How I’m Voting & Why! Taxpayer Abuse, Drag Denied, Unreported Violations, Propaganda 4 Kids, Election Integrity Castigation, Failing Public Schools + More! – The TennCon Big 7!

In This Special Edition Of The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Digest, Brandon Lewis Talks About Who Is Getting His Vote For Governor And Why. He Also Reveals How He Is Going To Vote On Tennessee’s 4 Proposed Constitutional Amendments… Followed By Our Biggest 7 Stories Of The Week!

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State Retention Law Could Force MNPS To Retain Nearly Three Fourths Of Third Graders

Only 27.4% Of MNPS Third Graders In MNPS Met The Benchmark Score On Tests Administered Last Spring. The School District Showed Some Of The Lowest Achievement Scores In Reading In Middle Tennessee.

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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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