Looking Ahead to March 3, 2016
Plaintiffs in the Title IX lawsuit against the University of Tennessee oppose the school’s motion to move the case from Nashville to Knoxville.
The plaintiffs’ lawyer said the school’s motion “is entirely without merit” in a response filed Tuesday.
The suit, filed Feb. 9th in Nashville, says Tennessee created a “hostile sexual environment” through a policy of indifference toward assaults by athletes.
The school filed a motion Feb. 16 to dismiss the case or have it transferred to Knoxville, where the university’s located.
Today, nearly 30 North Hamilton County Elementary teachers will receive hands-on training that will help them understand how to respond to a person experiencing a medical emergency.
The training session includes education on CPR technique and automated external defibrillator or A-E-D use.
That takes place this evening at 5PM at Parkridge Medical Center’s Diagnostic Center
The group, Chattanooga 2.0, will host a free event asking the community to re-imagine education to meet 21st century demands.
Chattanooga 2.0 is a county-wide initiative to improve Chattanooga’s education system and better prepare students for success in the workforce.
The event will feature a screening of the documentary “Most Likely to Succeed” and a panel discussion.
That’s all happening tonight at 5:30 at the Camp House.