Since Tennessee Education Report started, I have written and published more than 1500 articles on education politics in Tennessee.
That’s about 150 articles a year, every year since 2013.
It’s reflective of a commitment to covering the issues that impact Tennessee schools.
Maintaining a website means committing time and resources. Over the years, I’ve been lucky to have support from many of the readers of this publication.
I appreciate you – your financial support gives me the opportunity to share education news on a regular basis.
Yes – this is a post making a direct ask for your support – and when I say every $5 or $10 helps, I mean it – and I appreciate it.
Recently, I’ve been writing a lot about Gov. Bill Lee and Hillsdale:
It’s a story about a Governor with a steadfast commitment to directing public money to private schools. Even before he was a candidate, he was supporting Betsy DeVos and her privatization scheme.
Your help makes covering these issues possible.
Of course, there are also issues like the ongoing TNReady challenges. For years, Tennessee’s state testing system has been a disaster. And for years, TNEdReport has been providing coverage.
This year, as in years past, there are some exciting races for local school boards. This is the first year we’re having partisan school board races, and it’s been a bit of an adventure.
From testing to vouchers to elections to teacher pay and more – Tennessee Education Report is there.
Thank you for making that happen.
Your continued support is greatly appreciated!
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