Memphis Mayor AC Wharton on a charter referendum

Memphis Mayor AC Wharton, who has previously declined to pick sides, still isn't exactly taking sides in the debate over whether MCS should dissolve, effectively merging the district with Shelby County Schools.

But he did release a video about whether Memphis residents should be allowed to vote in a charter referendum. Check it out:

The Vote - Memphis City Schools Charter Surrender 01/12/11 from Mayor Wharton on Vimeo.


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