One issue brings Tennessee voters together

By , Guest Columnist Published: February 12, 2020 4:05 AM CT
Guest Columnist

Mike Carpenter

Mike Carpenter, executive director of Tennesseans for Quality Early Education, is a former executive director of Plough Foundation and a former Shelby County Commission member.

A survey by Tennesseans for Quality Early Education shows Tennessee voters are unified in their dissatisfaction with the state’s public education system and united in their support for expanding early education. 

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Tennesseans for Quality Early Education early childhood education Pre-K

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