To Address Teacher Shortages, Tennessee May Drop Major Test For Many Teacher Candidates

Amid Worries About Teacher Shortages, Tennessee Is Considering Reducing Requirements For Some Nontraditional Candidates To Earn Their Teacher Licenses, Despite Concerns That The Change Could Hurt Teacher Quality.

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UT Faculty Protests New Law By Teaching Divisive Concepts During “Speak In”

Faculty Members At The University Of Tennessee (UT) Are Protesting A New Law This Week By Teaching The Very Concepts They Say The Divisive Concepts Act Aims To Ban.

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TN Universities Refuse Comment On How They Will Implement New Intellectual Diversity Law

Public University Leaders In Tennessee Are Staying Silent On How And When They Plan To Follow A New State Law That Requires Them To Implement Intellectual Diversity On Their Campuses.

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State Senator Holds Annual Literacy Summit In Hamilton County

State Senator Bo Watson (R-Hixson-District 11) Held His Second Annual Literacy Summit In Collegedale Last Week. He And Several Other State And Education Officials Talked About The New Updates To The Tennessee Literacy Success Act, Including The Third-Grade Retention Law.

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Senator Bo Watson Presents The 2022 Literacy Summit

District 11 Senator Bo Watson (R-Hixson) Will Present The 2022 Literacy Summit As Part Of His Ongoing Efforts To Elevate The Importance Of Literacy In Early Childhood. The Summit Comes At A Pivotal Time – Data Released Earlier This Month Showed Hamilton County Made Far Less Academic Growth In Literacy Than Expected.

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Critics Say Republican Majority In General Assembly Slow To Address Anti-White Crisis At Publicly Funded University

Publicly Funded University Of Tennessee (UT) Has Been Working To Implement Sweeping Diversity Policies Since The Death Of George Floyd In 2020. Some Say Republicans In The Tennessee General Assembly Have Been Slow To Address The Growing Anti-White Crisis.

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UTK Gender Studies Professor Cannot Define What A Woman Is

Associate Professor Patrick R. Grzanka Who Serves In The Department Of Psychology And Chair Of The Interdisciplinary Program In Women, Gender, And Sexuality At The University Of Tennessee’s Flagship Campus In Knoxville Was Recently Interviewed By Political Commentator Matt Walsh From Nashville. In The Interview, Walsh Probed Grzanka For Answers To Questions Like “What Is The Difference Between Sex And Gender?” And “What Is A Woman?”

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Spring Hill, Tennessee Is One Of The Fastest Growing Cities In The U.S.

Spring Hill Was The 10th Fastest-Growing City In The United States Between July 2020 And July 2021, According To New Data From The U.S. Census Bureau.

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