Tenn. students may need parental permission for clubs

Tennessee students would need parents to sign off before participating in extracurriculars, under a new legislative proposal. Republican state Rep. Matthew Hill said his bill is aimed at increasing parental involvement in schools, but students say permission requirements will just lower student participation in extracurricular activities.

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