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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Austin Peay Denies Religious Exemption To Mask Mandate

Austin Peay State University In Clarksville, Tennessee Has Denied A Request For Religious Exemption For A Dual-Enrollment Student To Their Campus-Wide Mask Mandate And Now Seek To Deny An Appeal To The Family’s Religious Discrimination Case Against The School.

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Schwinn Approves 8 Waivers Allowing Some Tennessee Schools To Shift To Remote Learning Temporarily

Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn Has Granted Eight Of 14 Waiver Requests From Tennessee School Leaders Wanting To Switch Temporarily To Remote Learning Under A COVID Response Plan That Began This Week.

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Hamilton County Schools Interim Superintendent Asks For Universal Masking

Hamilton County Schools Interim Superintendent, Nakia Towns Asked That All Students Begin Masking, Even Those With Parental Opt-Outs. Towns Said, “With Governor Lee’s Most Recent Executive Order, We Respect And Understand Parental Choice. I Am Now Asking That All Students Mask, Even Those With…

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Governor Lee Says He Has No Plans To Allow Remote Learning in Tennessee

On Wednesday, August 25, Governor Bill Lee Said He Has No Plans For Tennessee To Shift Back To Remote Learning. Lee Said This Is “In Part Because We Saw Just How Devastating The Learning Loss Impact Was When We Went Remote.”

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School District Leaders Plead With Legislators To Reinstate Temporary Remote Learning Options

Leaders From Williamson County Schools And Franklin Special School District Are Asking Legislators To Reinstate Virtual Learning Options For Schools That They Believe Need To Be Closed Temporarily Due To The Current Spike In COVID-19 Cases.

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Hamilton County School Board Approves COVID Leave & New School; Dodges Virtual Learning Discussion

Hamilton County School Board Members Approve School Repairs And COVID Leave For Teachers But Fail To Address The System’s Virtual Learning Program As Expected.

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Temporary Virtual Learning May Be Coming For Quarantined Hamilton County Students

With Over 600 Students Possibly Being Quarantined From Covid-19 Exposure In Hamilton County, There May Be Virtual Learning Options On The Way. During A Work Session On Monday, August 16, The District Said That Zoom Learning Would Be “Allowed But Not Required” For Students Who Are In Quarantine.

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