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WCHS Games Rescheduled
Jay Walker Friday January 19, 2018

The Warren County High School Basketball games scheduled for Friday night at Cookeville have been rescheduled for Saturday night. The varsity girls matchup is set for 6pm, with the men playing at 7:30.
Also, the JV games will begin at 3:30 Saturday.
The varsity games will be broadcast live on 1230 WAKI.


Near-Record TVA Winter Demand
WRCB Thursday January 18, 2018

TVA saw near-record winter energy use Wednesday morning as millions of customers sought to ward off the sub-freezing cold that's blanketing the South.
Peak power demand for the giant utility registered at 31,640 megawatts at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Average temperatures at the time were about 12 degrees.
TVA termed it the "11th highest winter peak in TVA history."


Lawmaker Moves to Drop Voucher Push
AP Thursday January 18, 2018

A Tennessee lawmaker has taken steps to follow through on a promise not to pursue school voucher legislation this year.
On Wednesday, Rep. Harry Brooks of Knoxville withdrew his bill from consideration for now.
Brooks and Sen. Brian Kelsey of Germantown have said that this year, they won't continue the longstanding push to implement school vouchers.
Vouchers allow public school children to use taxpayer money to go to private schools. Brooks and Kelsey had unsuccessfully advocated last year for a voucher pilot program in Shelby County.
Supporters say vouchers give parents choices. Opponents fear vouchers will drain funding from public schools.


School Board Rescheduled
Jay Walker Thursday January 18, 2018

The Warren County School Board meeting that was scheduled for Thursday night has been postponed and rescheduled for Tuesday night, Jan. 23rd. The meeting will be held at the Central Office and will begin immediately follow the committee meeting Tuesday at 5pm.


Officials Promise Better Teacher Preparation
AP Thursday January 18, 2018

Tennessee education officials plan to increase teacher preparation program outcomes across the state.
The Tennessean reports the promise follows the launch of a Tennessee Board of Education database detailing how many of the state's preparation programs aren't meeting expected quality standards. Tennessee Higher Education Commission Executive Director Mike Krause said on Tuesday the state can do better.
State Education Commissioner Candice McQueen says improvement plans include increased communication about state expectations to college presidents, connecting professors more closely to schools and state standard resources and a statewide school tour meant to introduce high-achieving, young students to the education profession.
In addition, the state has launched increased accountability measures, including annual reviews of program outcomes, and held expectation meetings with state college presidents.


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