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Tennessee Strong
The grassroots movement of parents to fight school privatization in Tennessee.
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is effectively done for this year -- what does this mean for value-added, school report cards, and teacher evaluation going forward?
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TN Education Report Mar 27
School Budgets in the Age of Coronavirus:
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TN Education Report Mar 26
Vouchers in the Mail:
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Jennifer Johnson Mar 26
Love this thoughtful article highlighting the work of public educators during this time of crisis.
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TN Education Report Mar 25
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TN Education Report Mar 25
American Federation for Children recruiting for TN Voucher Scheme:
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TN Education Report Mar 24
BREAKING: recommends schools remain closed through April 24th.
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TN Education Report Mar 24
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TN Education Report Mar 22
In the Gov's emergency Coronavirus budget, won and teachers lost …
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TN Education Report Mar 22
Clarksville Closed Until May 4th - what's your district doing?
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Kathryn Vaughn Mar 22
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TN Education Report Mar 20
General Assembly Goes Along with Lee Plan to Fund Vouchers Over Teachers:
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Amber Rountree Mar 19
Why not pass a blanket waiver and free up districts to deal w the multitude of other concerns when students return?! 🤦🏻‍♀️
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TN Education Report Mar 19
It's up to districts to seek waivers for and the 180-day attendance requirement … what IS your district going to do?
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TN Education Report Mar 19
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TN Education Assoc. Mar 19
The House of Representatives voted unanimously for emergency legislation to drop state testing and waive the required 180 days of classroom instruction. The Senate is expected to take up the measure later in the day.
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TN Education Assoc. Mar 19
Tennessee Legislature must appropriate a budget for the good of our districts - not by sending $38 million to private schools in Memphis and Nashville through private school vouchers. CALL AND EMAIL YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS NOW!
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TN Education Report Mar 19
waiver bill passes House -- includes changes to 180 day attendance requirement, portfolios, etc:
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