Tennessee House Federal K-12 Education Funding Report Filed Without 1 Signature

Tennessee Representatives Who Were Part Of A Joint Committee Examining The State Rejecting K-12 Federal Education Funding Submitted A Report On Their Findings Without The Signature Of One Democrat Member.

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Tennessee School Leaders Advocate For Additional Funding, Not Replacing Federal

Three Tennessee K-12 School Superintendents Spoke To A Committee Looking At Rejecting Federal Funding To The State’s Schools With One School Director Suggesting The State Continue To Accept The Federal Funds And Use Extra Funds To Help Pay For Infrastructure Needs In The Schools.

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McNally, Sexton Announce Task Force To Determine If Tennessee Can Refuse Federal Dollars For Education

This Week Speaker Of The House For The General Assembly Of The State Of Tennessee, Cameron Sexton, And Lt. Governor Randy McNally, Announced The Creation Of A “Task Force” Or “Joint Working Group” To Study What Kind Of Impact The Rejection Of Federal Dollars Might Have On Education In The State.

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Bipartisan Legislation Leads To New Law Allowing Private Universities In Tennessee To Open Public Schools

A New Law In Tennessee Sets Up Both Public And Private Colleges To Partner With Public School Districts To Create “Lab Schools” Within Their Local Communities.

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Local GOP Groups Disagree With RINO Vote Allowing Democrats To Vote In GOP Primaries

The Tennessee House Local Government Committee Has Now Killed Multiple Bills This Legislative Session That Would Have Ensured Party Election Integrity For Their Constituents And The State Of Tennessee As A Whole. So Began The Tennessee Conservative’s Mission To Find Out What Exactly Republican Constituents Had To Say About Closing The State’s Primaries.

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