TEA Wins Case for Academics Over State Regulation

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By Clint Confehr COLUMBIA, TN – Maury County’s Board of Schooling should take steps towards polling academics this winter on whether or not they need working circumstances topic to an settlement from “collaborative conferencing” beneath a state regulation that changed union negotiations. That’s in response to Maury County Chancellor Robert Jones’ order which features a discovering that voting patterns throughout an on-line ballot in 2015 have been “fishy,” a time period attributed to J.C. Bowman, government director of Skilled Educators of Tennessee. PET competes with the Tennessee Schooling A...