Hopson’s Choice 

The SCS superintendent’s new plan may have broken the long-standing deadlock between the unified school system and the suburbs.

On Monday, when Shelby County commissioner Chris Thomas decided not to offer his widely advertised motion for the commission to drop its litigation against the six suburban municipalities planning school systems, he was merely bowing to reality. Several realities, in fact —…

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