Education dominates local election and our conversation

“law of unintended consequences, ”  $15-million more in school “savings,” does it affect Mississippi, Arkansas, West Tennessee,  neighbors’ separated, jaywalking — just some of the aspects touched upon in this discussion

Ken and Eddie

Ken & Eddie

Eddie Settles and Ken Welch engaged in A Memphis Conversation July 28, 2012. Once again it seems the pending merger of the city and county school districts and the imminent election of 7 board of education members is a major concern in the community.  Apparently that includes Eddie and Ken because that’s mostly what they talk about in this edition of A Memphis Conversation.

We hope you will listen to A Memphis Conversation and it will encourage you to engage in conversations with those you know about important public issues.

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Length:  1 hour 56 minutes

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