Tennessee Funding Board Approves $10.3M In Incentives To 7 Projects

The Tennessee State Funding Board Approved $10.3 Million In Incentives For Seven Companies At Its Monday Afternoon Meeting.

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House Bill 2936 Secures Parental Rights In Tennessee (Op-Ed)

Never Before Have Government Actors Been More Aggressive About Driving A Wedge Between Parent And Child. School Officials Are Pushing Students Into “Secret Social Transition Plans” Where The Child Begins To Identify As A Different Sex—Even Changing Their Name And Dress. And This Process Is Willfully Hidden From The Parents. But The Problem Is Not Just Outside The Volunteer State’s Borders…

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Harvard Report Says Tennessee K-12 Students Recovered From Learning Loss Faster Than Most

Tennessee Saw Some Of The Largest Learning Recovery From Pandemic Conditions, According To A Study From The Harvard Center For Education Policy Research.

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While Liberals Decry Book Reviews, Fewer Conservative Books Found In Tennessee School District’s Libraries

While Liberals Decry The Book Reviews That The Wilson County School Board Has Overseen Since April 2022, The District’s High School Libraries Have Fewer Books On Political Topics That Espouse A Conservative Viewpoint.

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Beyond Impact Fees: Unraveling the Fiscal Threads

In Tennessee’s Thriving Counties, Growth Is More Than A Statistic; It’s A Living, Breathing Force Reshaping Communities. But Behind These Impressive Growth Numbers Lies A Complex Narrative About Fiscal Responsibility, One That Demands Closer Examination.

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Upcoming School Board Vote Could Restrict Wilson County Residents’ Speech

A Vote Will Soon Be Held To Determine Whether Or Not Wilson County Residents Will Still Be Allowed To Speak About Explicit Material In School Libraries During School Board Meetings.

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