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Gov. Phil Bryant is weighing whether Jackson Public Schools, the state’s second-largest district, will remain under local control or be taken over by the Mississippi Department of Education, The 74, a nonpartisan news site covering education in America, reported.

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Gov. Bryant: Fate of Jackson schools put off until October


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