Survey Shows Tennessee Teachers Remain Positive

With Educators Recommending Strategies Such As Summer School And Extended School Days To Help Students Catch Up From Last Year, It’s Not Surprising That The Issue Of Top Concern In Relation To COVID-19 In The 2021 TES Was Students Missing Out On Instructional Time During The School Year.

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Panel Discussion Highlights Uncertainties Of TN’s Medicaid Block Grant Waiver

As Tennessee’s TennCare III Medicaid Block Grant Sits In A Public Comment Period, The Vanderbilt University Department Of Health Policy And School Of Medicine Hosted A Panel Discussion On How The First-Of-Its-Kind Grant Would Affect Tennessee Residents.

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Fentress County GOP Event To Feature Congressman John Rose

Photo: Congressman John Rose / background: Clarkrange High School  Photo Credit: johnrose.house.gov / background: google  The Tennessee Conservative [By Jason Vaughn] –

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Southern Legislative Conference Begins In Nashville

Officials From 15 States Converged On Nashville Saturday To Kick Off The 75th Southern Legislative Conference, An Annual Conference Where Current And Former State Officials, Legislators, And Industry Leaders Meet To Share Policy Ideas. The Event Runs From July 10-14.

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Vanderbilt Study Finds Tennesseans Divided On Issues But United In Pride

According To A Recent Poll Conducted By Researchers At Vanderbilt University, Tennessee Residents Have Strong American Pride, But They Are Divided In Their Thoughts On A Number Of Important Social And Cultural Issues.

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Impeachment Vote Leaves GOP Lawmakers’ 2022 Chances Uncertain

Republicans Who Voted To Impeach President Donald Trump On Jan. 13 May Face Consequences Of Their Vote In 2022.

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