Beginning of the End? 

At Monday night’s SCS board meeting, Superintendent Dorsey Hopson’s transformational school plan was approved.

The great war over the fate of Shelby County's schools — one which has preoccupied activists of various kinds, the media, city, county, and state jurisdictions, and the judicial system — may soon be winding down. And the winner is ... …

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