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  • Sports Authority changing bill-paying policy after I-Team investigation

    Sports Authority changing bill-paying policy after I-Team investigation

    Thursday, April 19 2018 12:33 PM EDT2018-04-19 16:33:57 GMT
    Artist's rendering of the proposed soccer stadium at the fairgrounds. (WSMV file)Artist's rendering of the proposed soccer stadium at the fairgrounds. (WSMV file)

    The Metro Sports Authority has changed its bill-paying policy after a News 4 I-Team investigation.

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    The Metro Sports Authority has changed its bill-paying policy after a News 4 I-Team investigation.

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  • MNPS promises changes after I-Team investigation exposes shortage of paraprofessionals

    MNPS promises changes after I-Team investigation exposes shortage of paraprofessionals

    Tuesday, April 17 2018 8:06 PM EDT2018-04-18 00:06:23 GMT
    Metro Schools have a shortage of paraprofessionals in the system. (WSMV)Metro Schools have a shortage of paraprofessionals in the system. (WSMV)

    Five months after the News 4 I-Team exposed a shortage of paraprofessionals in Metro Schools there are still dozens of vacancies.

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    Five months after the News 4 I-Team exposed a shortage of paraprofessionals in Metro Schools there are still dozens of vacancies.

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  • Bill to ban corporal punishment for disabled students headed to governor

    Bill to ban corporal punishment for disabled students headed to governor

    Tuesday, April 17 2018 6:22 PM EDT2018-04-17 22:22:10 GMT

    A measure that would ban corporal punishment for students with disabilities is one step closer to becoming law. The bill passed the Tennessee Senate in a 28-0 vote on Tuesday, clearing its final legislative hurdle before heading to the governor’s desk. The legislation was prompted by a News 4 I-Team investigation that found students with disabilities at 60 Midstate schools received corporal punishment at a higher rate than their peers without disabilities. 

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    A measure that would ban corporal punishment for students with disabilities is one step closer to becoming law. The bill passed the Tennessee Senate in a 28-0 vote on Tuesday, clearing its final legislative hurdle before heading to the governor’s desk. The legislation was prompted by a News 4 I-Team investigation that found students with disabilities at 60 Midstate schools received corporal punishment at a higher rate than their peers without disabilities. 

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