School Reorganization in a Metropolitan Area: The Nashville Experience
by John Harper Harris, Robert C. Hemberger & Frederick H. Goodnight - 1968
It is difficult, if not impossible, to separate the consolidation of two large school systems—one a city system and one a county system—from the total Nashville-Davidson County municipal movement toward a metropolitan form of government. This unification represented far more than a merging of two systems; in actuality, a city and a county had grown together.
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