Laurie Cardoza-Moore’s term extension comes as the commission’s work expands.
Some balk over state guidance suggesting that they catalog their classroom collections
Tennessee bill could subject school librarians with criminal penalties over books deemed obscene by local boards.
During the last week of Women’s History Month and year-round, educators and parents can celebrate authors, stories, and heroines that illuminate the richness of Tennessee culture.
Gov. Lee wants more scrutiny of school libraries, but others say the push is unnecessary and politically motivated.
Librarians are pushing back, calling the proposal unnecessary and unconstitutional.
As a third grade teacher, I saw the unfulfilled potential of Response to Intervention and Instruction programs.
Gov. Bill Lee unveils a revised budget cutting most of the education initiatives he announced in February.
The education chief was grilled by lawmakers about recent textbook adoptions and upcoming literacy contracts.
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