Tennessee’s House Education Chairman Eyes 4th-Grade “Retention” Law

The Ink Is Barely Dry On Revisions To The State’s 3rd-Grade Reading And “Retention” Law, And A Tennessee House Education Chairman Is Considering A Similar Strategy For Fourth-Graders, Including A Plan To Advance If They Continue To Test Poorly.

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Tennessee Dept Of Education Looks For $260M Increase In TISA Funding

The Tennessee Department Of Education Wants A $260 Million Increase In Its Base Education Funding And An Overall $293.6 Million Budget Increase For Next Fiscal Year.

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Out Of State Contractor That Hired Queer Prostitutes For Special Ed Doesn’t Require Child Abuse Background Checks In Tennessee

The Out-Of-State Contractor That Hired Queer Prostitutes To Sub In Special Education Classes In Hamilton County Doesn’t Require Child Abuse Background Checks In Tennessee.

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Why Isn’t Anyone Challenging the Explicit/Pornographic Books in Hamilton County Schools?

The School System And Local News Do Not Report The Full Story Of What Is Happening In Our Schools, So It Is My Obligation To Shed Light On The Reality Of The Situation…
Knowing That These Types Of Activists Exist In Our Community Who Will Go To Great Lengths To Slander People, Do You Think Parents And Teachers Are Going To Be Willing To Endure That Kind Of Harassment?

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Queer Couple Turned Tricks For At Least Two Years While Working As Substitute Teachers In Tennessee Schools

A “Queer” Couple Who Prostituted Themselves For At Least Two Years While Also Working As Substitute Teachers In Tennessee Schools Were Busted In An Undercover Sting Four Months After We Reported That One Of Them Was Working At An Elementary School In Hamilton County.

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Hamilton County School Board Members Discuss Student Cell Phones and “No Grade Below 50” Policy

Some Members Of Hamilton County School Board’s Policy Committee Are Looking For Greater Consistency In The District’s Policies Regarding Cell Phone Use By Students And Failing Grades.

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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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Tennessee Lawmakers Propose Increasing Teacher Classroom Supply Deduction To $1K

U.S. Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tennessee, Is A Co-Sponsor Of Bipartisan Legislation To Increase The Amount School Teachers Can Deduct For Classroom Supplies To $1,000 Per Year.

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Tennessee Teacher Decorates Classroom With Communist Propaganda Posters Featuring His Face

As Schools Throughout The State Settle Into The ’23-’24 School Year, One Teacher In Baxter, Tennessee Has Taken It Upon Himself To Decorate His Classroom With What Look To Be Communism-Inspired Posters Featuring His Face.

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