Tennessee Senate Passes Bill Requiring Public Schools To Provide Help To Students With Learning Loss
Friday, January 22, 2021
by Reid Seals
The Tennessee Senate has passed a bill requiring public schools to provide help to students with learning loss.
The bill mandates that public schools and charter schools provide after-school learning mini-camps, learning loss bridge camps, and summer learning camps for students with learning loss.
The bill passed the Senate 23 to 4.
It was sponsored by Republican Senator Jack Johnson of Franklin and Republican Representative William Lamberth of Portland.
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