Mopping-Up Time? 

Pockets of resistance remain, but the Memphis schools controversy is resolving itself quickly.

As Thanksgiving week began, events seemed to be moving quickly toward a final resolution of the Shelby County school situation. Three years after the surrender of the Memphis City Schools charter and the resultant temporary consolidation of city and county schools,…

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