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The leading supporters of school vouchers in the Tennessee General Assembly say they won't file any legislation on the issue ahead of the upcoming legislative session.

Instead, the lawmakers said they will focus on boosting resources for the state's public schools. School vouchers are publicly funded scholarships for students to attend private school.

Rep. Harry Brooks, who was a sponsor of the past legislative session's school voucher bill, said he wants more money for teacher pay, school technology and for staff to help guide Tennessee's Response to Instruction and Intervention program.

Read more at our news partner's website, tennessean.com.

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