Tennessee House Passes Bill Mandating Process For Reporting Divisive Concepts Complaints In Higher Education Institutions

The House Passed Legislation On Thursday That Would Establish A Reporting Process For Complaints Regarding The Teaching Of Divisive Concepts In Tennessee’s Colleges And Universities.

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Bill Allowing Non-Lethal Weapon Carry On Public College Campuses Passes Tennessee Legislature In Response To Murder Of College Student By Illegal Alien

The Tennessee General Assembly Has Passed A Bill To Remove The Criminal Offense For Carrying A Non-Lethal Self-Defense Weapon Like Pepper Spray On A Public College Campus. The Legislation Is In Response To The Murder Of A College Student In Athens, Georgia Who Was Murdered On-Campus By An Illegal Alien.

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Tennessee Bill That Blocks 3rd-Party Data Mining Of College Student Information Passes House, Senate Unanimously

A Tennessee Bill To Prevent Third-Party Vendors Who Enter Data For The State’s Colleges From Selling That Information Has Passed In Both Chambers Of The Legislature Unanimously.

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Tennessee Legislators Pass Required AI Policies For Public Schools

Both The Tennessee House And Senate Have Voted In Favor Of Legislation That Requires Public Schools And Universities In The State To Establish Policies For The Use Of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

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Senate Education Committee Passes Bill Requiring AI Policies For Tennessee Public Schools

Legislation That Will Require Tennessee Public Schools And Universities To Establish Policies Regarding The Use Of Artificial Intelligence Will Move On To The Full Senate For Voting After Being Passed By The Education Committee.

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Annual Report Ranks Free Speech Policies Of Tennessee Universities

An Annual Report From The Foundation For Individual Rights And Expression Says That Only One Tennessee Public University Is Strong When It Comes To Free Speech Policies On Campus.

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Rep. Cepicky Introduces Bill Regarding AI Use In K-12 Schools And Universities

As Tennessee Universities Begin To Formulate Official Policies Regarding The Use Of AI In Coursework At The College Level, One State Representative Has Introduced A Bill That Will Require All K-12 School Districts And Public Institutions Of Higher Education To Adopt Rules Governing Its Use.

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Tennessee General Assembly Set To Reconvene Next Week

With Lots Of Work To Be Done, Tennessee’s 2024 General Session Begins At Noon On Tuesday, January 9th. Representative Scott Cepicky Didn’t Mince Words When He Said He Anticipates The Coming Session To Be “Contentious.”

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