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December 28, 2014

Phillip Tutor: Our schools, and our hopes for them

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Posted: Friday, August 15, 2014 5:50 am | Updated: 6:01 am, Fri Aug 15, 2014.

“It would be interesting to be around, 40 or 50 years from now, and to look back with another generation on the decades that are to come with the new Anniston High School and those who, through its doors, will go out and into life.” 

The Star’s editorial page wrote that passage in May 1968, just a few weeks after Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination in Memphis and a few weeks before Robert Kennedy was murdered in Los Angeles. America was embroiled in its Year of Upheaval. Anniston was entering a Year of Educational Hope.

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