AGs Sue Biden Administration Over DOJ’s Call To Investigate Protesting Parents

Fourteen Republican Attorneys General Have Sued The Biden Administration For Not Responding To A Freedom Of Information Request Related To The Department Of Justice Calling For Surveillance Of Parents Expressing Opinions At School Board Meetings And Other Forums.

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Taxpayer-Funded Federal Program Trains Teachers In Critical Race Theory

Newly Uncovered Federal Grant Documents Show That The U.S. Department Of Education Has Awarded Roughly $2.5 Million In Taxpayer Dollars To A Florida-Based Education Program That Trains Future Teachers And Other Professionals In, Among Other Things, Critical Race Theory.

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Tennessee Faces Continued Teacher Shortage As New Educator Graduate Rates Drop

A Newly Released Report Shows That The Number Of New Teachers Completing Teacher Training Programs In Tennessee Has Dropped Almost 20% Over The Last Five Years.

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States Rebel Against Failing Unionized Education

When Covid Shut Down America’s Classrooms, This Impacted SAT Scores, Exams, College Entrance Requirements, And Scholarships. It Negatively Skewed Standardized Tests. And Those Who Needed Extra Help Fell Further Behind. It Also Made Graduating A Challenge For Those Who Needed Required Classes. And This Forced Many States To Take Action Against Federally Unionized State Education.

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Tennesseans Have A Say In Plans For 2 Billion Dollars Of American Rescue Plan Funds For Schools

Tennessee Has Received Almost 2.5 Billion Dollars In American Rescue Plan Elementary And Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) Funds After The Plan For How To Use The Money Was Approved By The U.S. Department Of Education.

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Judiciary Committee Republicans Expand Inquiry Into Federal Policing Of School Board Meetings

Yesterday, January 18th, 2022, Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn Along With Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) And Nine Of Their Senate Colleagues Expanded Their Ongoing Probe Into The Federal Government’s Policing Of School Board Meetings To Include The Department Of Education.

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$1.8 Billion Settlement Reached With Predatory Student Loan Provider

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Has Announced That Navient, One Of The Nation’s Largest Student Loan Servicers, Will Provide Relief Totaling $1.85 Billion To Resolve Allegations Of Deceptive Practices In Originating Predatory Student Loans.

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Taxpayer-Funded Critical Race Theory Training Program Draws Criticism

Critics Are Questioning A Taxpayer-Funded Program That Trains Students In Critical Race Theory. The Backlash Comes After Federal Grant Documents From The Department Of Education Were Uncovered That Showed The Federal Government Has Awarded Millions Of Dollars To A Program That Trains Future Educators In Critical Race Theory.

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Taxpayers Pay Millions To Fund Program To Promote Critical Race Theory

Federal Grant Records Show The U.S. Department Of Education Has Awarded Millions Of Taxpayer Dollars To Fund Critical Race Theory Training For Future Educators At Several Colleges Across The Country.

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Pandemic Shutdowns Created ‘Lost Generation’ That Will Impact Careers, Mental Health

New National Research Shows That Parents Fear Students Who Lost Time In School During The Pandemic Shutdowns Could Experience Long-Term Effects On Their Learning And Career Opportunities.

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