Hamilton County School Board Passes Updated Teacher Conduct Code

The Hamilton County School Board Approved A New Policy For Their Professional Code Of Conduct At Their Regularly Scheduled Meeting On Thursday Evening.

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Are You On Biden’s Side Or The Side Of Tennesseans? : Rep Tim Rudd Op-Ed

A Special Session Of The Tennessee General Assembly Needs To Be Called. Joe Biden Drew A Line In The Sand And Has Challenged Us To Cross It. Tennessee’s Leaders And Elected Officials Have A Choice To Make. We Are Either On Joe Biden’s Side Or On The Side Of Tennesseans. We Must Address Biden’s Executive Order, Vaccine And Mask Mandates, Parental Rights, Excessive Quarantining, Stronger Vaccine Passports, And Protections Against Harassment And Coercion.

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Where Is Tennessee’s Education Funding Going? [ Interview with Jason Edmonds from Beacon Center TN ]

A recent report from the Beacon Center of Tennessee reveals that only 53% of the state’s education funding makes it to classrooms. But where is the rest of the money going? In this interview with Jason Edmonds from the Beacon Center, that question is answered. In addition, Edmonds unveils data regarding how much money is actually being spent per-student and how that compares to what is reported by the Government. Edmonds also tackles the perplexing trend of the trajectory of enrolled students, classroom teachers, principals and vice principals. Don’t miss out on this eye-opening interview!

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Remote Learning Options Return As Schools Close In Response To COVID

Several Schools Across Tennessee Have Begun Shutting Down Citing A “Strong Surge In COVID Cases And Quarantines Among Teachers And Staff” And They Have Been Alerted That Remote Learning Is An Option On A Conditional Basis.

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Governor Lee Says He Has No Plans To Allow Remote Learning in Tennessee

On Wednesday, August 25, Governor Bill Lee Said He Has No Plans For Tennessee To Shift Back To Remote Learning. Lee Said This Is “In Part Because We Saw Just How Devastating The Learning Loss Impact Was When We Went Remote.”

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Report Finds Only 53% Of State Funding For Education Used In Classrooms

The Amount Of Funding For Education In Tennessee Rises Each Year, But A Report Released On Wednesday Reveals That The Amount Of Taxpayer Money That Is Funneled To Classrooms Has Not.

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Parent Wins Victory For Rutherford County Middle School Students

Earlier This Week, A Rutherford County Parent Reported That A Sign Was Displayed In A Classroom Of Smyrna Middle School That Outlined Many Left-Leaning Agendas. The Concerned Parent Reached Out To The Respective Rutherford County School Board Member With The Information And Yesterday, August 24th, The Tennessee Conservative Reached Out To The Principal Of Smyrna Middle School For Comment.

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Anderson County Will Reinstate Mask Mandate If Schools Pass 2% Positivity Rate

In A Letter Issued To Parents, Teachers And Staff, The Director Of Anderson County Schools Stated That The District Will Reinstate A Mask Mandate For Students And Staff If A School Exceeds A 2% Positivity Rate.

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TN Dept of Education Releases Critical Race Theory Guidelines

The TN Dept Of Education Released Guidance Regarding Teaching Critical Race Theory In Schools. Under The New Guidelines, Only Current TN Students, Parents, And Teachers Would Be Able To File Official Complaints About Prohibited Topics.

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Critics Denounce New CDC Guidelines Urging Mask Usage, Vaccine Or Not

The CDC Changed Course Tuesday, Reversing Its Previous COVID-19 Guidance By Urging Americans To Wear Masks, Regardless Of Their Vaccination Status. Critics Quickly Denounced The Reversal, Saying It Undermines Vaccine Confidence.

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