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TEA had a conference call Wednesday morning with Dr. Sara Morrison, Executive Director of the Tennessee State Board of Education, and board staff on proposed emergency rules.   

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April 7, 2020 || NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Education Association Executive Director Carolyn Crowder is retiring from the association. 

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After hundreds of TEA members and parents took issue with a public survey sponsored by the state department of education, loaded and leading questions have been removed and the survey reconstituted. 

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Ensuring funding for educator paychecks and benefits is a TEA priority. Amid historic economic uncertainty, it is critical that members understand the measures taken to ensure incomes and jobs continue regardless of school building status.

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