Pathways to Crisis 

Numerous twists and turns have led to the current city of Memphis-MCS showdown. It was about money then, and it’s about money now.

One of the subtexts of the 2008 decision by the Memphis City Council to cut back on its annual financial commitment to Memphis City Schools was what was generally perceived as a lack of accountability in MCS' expenditures. That was spoken to…

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