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A little over a week ago, two republican senators filed legislation to repeal Tennessee’s Common Core standards, despite the attempts that have already been made by Governor Bill Haslam for public review of the higher benchmarks in English and math. The recent proposal calls for a Tennessee Standards Commission (TSC) to be set up. Once […]

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A Memphis mother says that school is too cold for her son. Latamara Mason grew concerned with South Prep Academy of Memphis when her son called her from school, complaining that his classroom is always so cold that he wants to come home. Her son, Abrian, told her that he cannot focus when he is […]

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Governor Bill Haslam and Environment and Conservation Commissioner Bob Martineau recently announced that there will be more recipients of the Clean Tennessee Energy grants by the summer of 2015. The grants aim to promote energy efficiency projects for the state and are estimated to total $2 million. The grants will go towards funding energy efficiency […]

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Memphis’s Archer-Malmo is making headlines. Memphis Daily News reports that the local, popular advertising agency Archer-Malmo made Ad Age’s 2014 list of “Best Places to Work”. The list by the trade publication took into consideration: compensation, benefits package, hiring practices, and work-life balance. It also considered special perks; such as: meals, gym access, and transportation […]

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