The Teacher Union’s Curse, Gender Politics, School Choice Stalled, Parent’s Rights & More! – TennCon’s Big 7

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4) Elite Nashville All-Girls School Enacts New Gender Diversity Policy To Admit Boys Who Identify As Girls –

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One thought on “The Teacher Union’s Curse, Gender Politics, School Choice Stalled, Parent’s Rights & More! – TennCon’s Big 7

  • August 13, 2022 at 4:02 am


    We need some device to give those of us who are willing to contribute to General Assembly races a “heads up” about key primaries that are to take place in August of even numbered years AS THE PRIMARIES ARE DEVELOPING. The trouble right now is that there is no way for potential contributors to know about key primary races far enough ahead of time when contributions would be most useful. Receiving a voter’s guide right before election is ok for voting, but too close to the election to serve as a guide for contribution to key races where conservative challengers to Republican centrists/tepid conservatives or conservative incumbents are warding off challengers from centrists/tepid conservatives challengers.


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