Improve or perish

By FLOYD INGRAM THE PRESS REGISTER,

Supervisors told community must step up to reform local schools.

Coahoma County Supervisors were told this week Clarksdale and Coahoma County must improve their schools or see them face takeover by the state.

 
 
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