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Senate Votes to Change Tenure in Tennessee

The Tennessee Senate voted yesterday in a 21-12 vote to pass a bill promoted by Governor Haslam which will change the way Teacher tenure is granted.  The Tennessean article gives a good overview of the Bill and the vote on this issue.  The Bill changes the probationary period from 3 to 5 years and provides an avenue to revoke tenure based upon evaluations.   The House Education Committee will take up the house version of the Bill next.  The next few weeks should be interesting on this issue.  I will continue to keep you updated through the process.  Have a great weekend. 

Posted on Friday, March 11, 2011 by Registered CommenterSam Jackson | Comments3 Comments

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