Let’s Go, Shelby County Schools! 

Some suggestions for how the new Shelby County Schools system can hold its own in the years to come.

When Tom Foster, Calvin Turley, and I started a little promotional campaign called "Midtown Is Memphis" 20 years ago, we were acting in our own self-interests. We wanted to preserve our neighborhoods and send our young children to public schools and…

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