April 30, 2024 11:04 am

Sumner County schools pass resolution against school choice, ‘vouchers are not the answer’

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In the resolution, school board member Sarah Andrews shared parts of the House’s act that she and other board members support outside of the school vouchers, like the addition of a $75 per student infrastructure fee – which roughly translates to $2.26 million for Sumner County – additional funding for teacher pay and health insurance, decreased standardized testing hours, more flexibility on teacher evaluations, corrections to the third and fourth grade retention law and flexibility on teacher certification.

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