Librarian On Tennessee Textbook Commission A Member Of Organization Fighting “Censorship” Of Inappropriate Books In Schools

The Librarian On The State Textbook And Instructional Materials Quality Commission, One Of 9 Current Members Charged With Recommending Official Lists Of Textbooks And Other Instructional Materials, Is A Member Of An Organization Actively Fighting Against “Censorship” Of Inappropriate Books In Public Schools.

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Controversial Conservative Voice In TN Education Appointed To Serve On State’s Standards Recommendation Committee

An Announcement Has Come From The Office Of The Tennessee Speaker Of The House That Laurie Cardoza Moore Has Been Appointed To Serve On The State’s Standards Recommendation Committee Overseeing Social Studies Materials Being Reviewed For Use In Classrooms Statewide.

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Protest Issued To TN Governor Bill Lee On Appointment Of New Commissioner Of Education

A Member Of The Tennessee Textbook And Instructional Materials Quality Commission, Laurie Cardoza Moore, Is This Week Issuing An Open Letter To Tennessee State’s Governor, Bill Lee, Protesting The Appointment Of The Newly Announced Commissioner Of Education.

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Bill To Expedite Obscene Book Review In Tennessee School Libraries To Be Heard Next Week On House Floor

A Bill With The Goal Of Expediting The Removal Of Obscene Or Inappropriate Materials That Sit On Tennessee School Shelves Will Be Heading To The Floor Of The State House For Debate And A Vote.

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Bill To Speed Up Review Of Inappropriate Books In Tennessee Schools Heads To House Floor

A Bill With The Purpose Of Helping To Weed Out Objectionable Books In The State’s School Libraries In A Timelier Fashion Passed Out Of The House Education Administration Committee Yesterday.

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Tennessee Textbook Commission Tasked With Creating Appeals Process Begs For Legal Guidance

At A Virtual Meeting Of The Tennessee Textbook And Instructional Materials Quality Commission This Week, Committee Members Voiced Concerns Over The Guidance They Are Fine Tuning For School Districts Regarding The Appeals Process For Materials.

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Textbook Commission Members Oppose Conservative’s Push To Define What Is Age-Appropriate

Conservative Laurie Cardoza-Moore Pushed For The Tennessee Textbook And Instructional Materials Quality Commission To Define The Parameters Of What Is Age-Appropriate Books That School-Aged Children Have Access To In Their School Libraries. Other Members On The Committee Disagreed, Saying That It Wasn’t The Commission’s Responsibility To Create Rules Or Regulations.

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ELA Curriculum Subject Of Lawsuit Currently Used In 33 Counties In Tennessee

A Contentious English Language Arts (ELA) Curriculum Which Has Prompted A Lawsuit Is Currently Being Used In 33 Counties In Tennessee.

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