Tennessee Education Association

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By TEA President Beth Brown ||

In May 1996, as I sat on the football field at Grundy County High School awaiting my diploma, Superintendent Ronnie Fults said to my senior class, “Don’t forget your raisin’.”

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REGISTER TODAY for TEA Association Representative Retreats!

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I am a high school educator who is involved in local politics, and I have attended TEA’s Civication in the past. I fully understand and appreciate how important it is to vote for pro-public education candidates.

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At its next meeting, the State Board of Education will be considering policy changes regarding students’ plans of study for high school and beyond.

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