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Rise & Shine: Germantown residents fight back against Shelby County proposal

  • After Shelby’s administration proposed to retain three of their schools, Germantown residents plan to fight back. (The Commercial Appeal, The Commercial Appeal, WMCTV, My Fox Memphis, My Fox Memphis, Daily News)
  • Meanwhile, the Shelby County commissioner says the district-split lawsuit is “no longer vital.” (WMCTV)
  • David Stephens, Shelby County Schools deputy superintendent, surfaces as a potential Bartlett superintendent. (The Commercial Appeal)
  • A study of math and science scores finds most American states beat the international average. (Times)
  • The schools chief of Darien, Conn., is under fire for district’s handling of special education, resigned. (WSJ)

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