Teachers And State Education Department Continue To Address Student Literacy Crisis

Image Credit: Public Domain The Tennessee Conservative [By Jason Vaughn] – Educators continue to push through the student learning struggles

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New TN Bill Would Provide 10 Day Virtual Learning Option For Schools

Two Republican Lawmakers Have Filed A New Bill That Would Potentially Allow Schools To Choose Virtual Or Remote Learning In The Case Of Severe Weather Or Outbreaks Of Serious Illness. They Are Aiming To Return Those Powers To Local Districts Instead Of Leaving Them In The Hands Of The State.

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TN Education Commissioner Permits At Least 7 School Districts To Go Virtual

The Tennessee Department Of Education, Led By Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn, Has Given Permission To At Least Seven School Districts To Shift To Virtual Learning For Up To Five Days In Response To Issues Related To Covid-19.

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Hamilton County School Board Approves Teacher Stipends In Response To Staffing Shortages

As The Hamilton County School District Reports Rising Numbers Of Covid Cases In Schools, The School Board Is Attempting To Compensate Teachers For Extra Duties Incurred As A Result Of Staffing Shortages.

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Tennessee School Voucher Bill Clears Senate Subcommittee

A Bill That Could Allow Parents To Utilize School Vouchers For Private Or Charter Schools Cleared The Senate Education Committee On Wednesday.

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TN Bill Filed To Grant School Vouchers To Students Impacted By Virus Protocols

Parents In Tennessee Who Disagree With School Policies Regarding Required Masking Or Virtual Learning May Soon Get State Funding To Send Their Children To A Different School Of Their Choice, Including Private Schools.

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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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Parents, Moms For Liberty Uncover Concerning Curriculum In Hamilton County Schools

For The Past 3 Months Parents, With The Local Moms For Liberty Organization, Have Read Through Hours Of Books And Teacher Materials. There Is A Heavy Focus On Environmentalism In The Early Elementary Years. As The Children Enter Into 3rd Grade, They Are Taught To Think Like An Activist. They Learn A Skewed View Of Global Human Rights, And Are Even Taught Rewritten History.

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Coffee County Mom Pushes For Virtual Learners To Attend Homecoming Dance

A Middle Tennessee Mom Believes Her Freshman Daughter Is Being Treated Unfairly Because, As A Virtual Student, She Is Not Being Allowed To Attend Her High School’s Homecoming Dance.

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