Tennessee Attorney General Asks Court To Dismiss Teachers Union Lawsuit “With Prejudice”

I Recently Wrote About Blount County Being Ground Zero For The Teachers’ Union Lawsuit Against The State. The Attorney General’s Office Has Submitted A Motion To Dismiss Asking The Court To “Dismiss The Case With Prejudice” Along With A Memorandum In Support Of The Motion.

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National Education Association – Not Focused On Student Learning.

The Tennessee Education Association (TEA) Is The Local Chapter Of The National Education Association (NEA) Labor Union. If Asked To Name The Most Significant Detriment To Our Government Schools, I Would Say The NEA Is The Most Destructive. Its Extreme, Leftist Positions Have Been Poisoning American Education For Years.

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Teacher’s Union Lawsuit Misrepresents Tennessee Law, Spins Narrative In Blount County (Op-Ed)

The Lawsuit Has Nothing To Do With The Teachers Union Supporting Teachers And Everything To Do With The TEA Being Told What They Can Not Teach. They Do Not Like That Tennessee Law Has Put Them On Notice.

The Local Head Of The Blount County Education Association Is A Plaintiff In The Lawsuit Along With A Local Librarian.

The Teacher’s Education Association Lawsuit Lists Eight Lawyers Representing The TEA With Five From Law Offices In New York City.

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Tennessee Attorney General’s Office Files Motion To Dismiss Teacher’s Union Lawsuit Against State’s Anti-CRT Legislation

Last Week, Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti’s Office Filed A Motion To Dismiss “With Prejudice,” A Lawsuit Filed In Federal Court Against The State Of Tennessee And Specifically The New State Commissioner Of Education Lizzette Gonzales Reynolds.

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Gov. Lee Conspires With Dems, Educating White Christians That They Are ‘Privileged’, If They Can’t Read – Pass ‘Em Anyways, Education Embracing AI & Much More! The TennCon Big 7

Gov. Lee Conspires With Dems, Educating White Christians That They Are ‘Privileged’, If They Can’t Read – Pass ‘Em Anyways, Education Embracing AI, Accountability For Students But Not School Systems, Taxpayer Dollars for TN’s Green New Deal, & Some Good News Too! All This & More On This Week’s Edition Of The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Digest!

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Lee Signs Tennessee Teacher Pay Increase, End To Automatic Dues Payments

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Signed A Bill That Will Raise The Minimum Wage For K-12 Teachers And End The Collection Of Dues For Professional Employee Organizations As An Automatic Payroll Withdrawal.

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Tennessee House Passes Teacher Pay Raise, Stops TEA Due Collection

The Tennessee House Approved A Bill Wednesday To Increase The Base Teacher Salary To $50,000 In The State By The 2026-27 School Year. The Bill Also Will Remove The Option For Teachers To Have Automatic Payroll Deductions For Professional Employee Organization Dues.

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Parents Need A Bill Of Rights To Protect Children From Government (Op-Ed)

For 100 Years, The Supreme Court Has Recognized The Role Of Parents As Responsible For The Care, Custody And Control Of Their Minor Children. It Is Time We Enshrine A Child’s Upbringing, Education And Care As A Fundamental Parental Right. If Parents Are Denied These Rights In Public Schools, They Must Have The Right To Choose Alternative Education With Their Tax Dollars In Private, Religious, Home And Charter Schooling. And No Entity Of Government, Union Or School Board Shall Abridge That Right. We Must Reform Education.

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