Memphis Schools: A Year in Limbo? 

Judge Hardy Mays’ ruling stops the municipal schools movement, at least temporarily. What’s next?

After rendering his long-awaited and fateful judgment last week declaring unconstitutional 2012 legislation allowing the immediate start-up of new municipal school districts in Shelby County, U.S. district judge Hardy Mays is off on a vacation in the Caribbean, and in his absence,…

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