Senate approves Pilot Education Savings Account legislation providing choice to parents of low income students in the state’s lowest performing schools
The Senate gave final approval to legislation establishing a Pilot Education Savings Account (ESA) program to serve low-income students zoned to public schools in Metro Nashville, Shelby County and the state’s Achievement School District
The full Senate voted 26 to 5 on Monday evening to strengthen Tennessee’s pro-life stance with approval of the Human Life Protection Act. Senate Bill 1257 would proactively trigger the restoration of Tennessee’s abortion laws prior to the
Several bills aiding healthcare consumers advanced in the State Senate this week, including the Tennessee Right to Shop Act, a consumer-driven program which provides patients with more transparency regarding the costs of healthcare services in
(NASHVILLE, Tenn.), April 25, 2019 – As the Tennessee General Assembly prepared to enter the final stretch of the 2019 legislative session, state senators acted on a wide variety of important bills this week. These include the state
FROM: Williamson Source – Renaissance High’s first showing at the Statewide SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference was a huge success. The conference, held in Chattanooga March 31 through April 1, brought students from around the state
FROM: Williamson Source – Ravenwood students surprise a four-year-old girl and help her dream come true through the Make-A-Wish foundation. From WCS inFocus
FROM: Franklin Homepage – By JOHN McBRYDE – Beneath a bright blue sky and nestled against the brown of an ongoing excavation project, city of Franklin and Williamson County officials came together for a groundbreaking ceremony for
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