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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Schools across Middle Tennessee are dealing with quarantines and closures as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
The state’s top education official wants students to keep participating in in-person learning but explained how some schools could move to remote learning.
The Tennessee Historical Commission voted to move the controversial Nathan Bedford Forrest bust from the Tennessee State Capitol.
Tennessee’s Medicaid program may be in for some changes soon, but state lawmakers must give the green light first.
The waiver program extension makes sure kids eat no matter how they’re learning.
SUMNER COUNTY, TENN. (WSMV) - The Sumner County School Board voted unanimously Tuesday to request a waiver for all state testing and teacher e…
The Supreme Court declined to take up a case Monday over the use of waivers by the Department of Homeland Security to speed up the construction of barriers along the US-Mexico border.