An online public school enrolling thousands of students across Tennessee once again faced scrutiny from state lawmakers Tuesday. The virtual school based in Union County uses curriculum developed by a for-profit company called K12 Inc. The school’s standardized test scores have been some of the lowest in the state.
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House Republicans have backed off of stripping Tennessee teachers of their collective bargaining rights. WPLN’s Jacqueline Fellows and Joe White explain the newest proposal.