TSU Pays Al Sharpton $48,000 To Be Guest Lecturer

Recently Reviewed Information Shows That Tennessee State University Paid $48,000 To Reverend Al Sharpton, Best Known For His Racial Protests, For Serving As A “Guest Lecturer” At The Historically Black University.

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Tennessee’s Public Universities To Host Voter Registration Tailgates

As Tennessee’s Nine Division I Public Universities Gear Up For Football Season, They Are Also Working With The Secretary Of State’s Office To Hold A Voter Registration Drive During The Tailgate Before A Home Game At Each School. 

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Higher Ed Commission Tasked With Developing TN State Funding Plan

A Joint Legislative Committee Looking Into The State’s Historic Funding Of Tennessee State University Tabbed The Tennessee Higher Education Commission To Plot Out A Plan To Help The Institution Makeup For State Funding Issues Throughout The Years.

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Online College In Tennessee More Expensive Than Attending In Person

College Students In Tennessee Pay More To Do Their Schooling Online Than They Do To Attend Courses In Person, A Report From The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability Showed.

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TN Dept Of Education To Support Teacher Endorsements

The Tennessee Department Of Education Will Be Providing Support To Current Educators So They Can Receive Additional Teaching Endorsements. Teachers Will Be Able To Earn Endorsement In English As A Second Language, Special Education And Secondary Mathematics.

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Complete Breakdown Of Lee’s Proposed 2021-22 Fiscal Budget

Gov. Bill Lee Has Announced His Amendment To The Proposed 2021-22 Fiscal Year Budget Which Includes $580 Million In Available Funds.

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