Tenn. lawmakers could require EpiPens in schools

Parents of children with serious allergies support bill to allow at least two EpiPens in all state schools More

Task force members can't agree on specifics of voucher program

A key point of contention on the nine-member board was which students would be eligible for vouchers More

After losing $3.4M, what legal avenues does MNPS have against state?

State laws on the subject are vague, and that may give Metro school board enough to justify a lawsuit More

Battle over teachers' bargaining rights led to this legislative session's most raucous debate

By killing collective bargaining for teachers in public schools, the GOP went after a longtime Democratic ally More

A political fight brews as Tennessee considers controversial education reform

School voucher bill killed last legislative session expected to rise again in January More

Questions linger about teachers’ union morale after devastating legislative session

TEA head says educators are 'ticked off'; Haslam somewhat distances himself from fellow Republicans More

Bill to repeal teachers' collective bargaining rights becomes law

Haslam signs legislation, also finalizes bill overhauling state campaign finance regulations More

Harwell casts deciding vote to advance teacher-bargaining bill

Full House expected to vote as early as next week More

Harwell predicts passage of bill to repeal collective bargaining for teachers

Some House members concerned Senate version of legislation too strict More

Senate Republicans say repeal of collective bargaining presents historic opportunity

Democrats counter by noting legislation is political payback, harmful to teachers More
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