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Education Reform Headed to the TN Legislature

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News Stories Updated January 2nd, 2013

FRANKLIN SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT OPPOSES VOUCHERS AND CHARTER AUTHORIZER
“The legislation discussed takes the authority away from districts, so basically it makes it easier for charter schools to be authorized. One could bypass the school board to open up charter schools,” said FSSD Director of Schools Dr. David Snowden of Williamson County, TN.

NASHVILLE METRO COUNCIL PROPOSES RESOLUTION
A resolution opposing all state legislation that would create a school voucher program in Tennessee or a state charter school authorizer without adequate state funds being appropriated to local school districts to cover the additional cost

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