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The following statement may be attributed to TEA President Beth Brown:
 

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TEA President Beth Brown and Knox County Education Association President and TEA Vice President Tanya Coats issued the following statement:

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Long before COVID-19 hit Tennessee, our public schools were already plagued by chronic under-funding by the state. 

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By TEA Executive Director Terrance Gibson | The fight for increased public education funding is not a new one. When you look back over the association’s 155-plus years of advocacy, there is a common thread of the fight for more resources.

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