Shelby County School Board member Brenda Jackson received the state's Rev. Martin Luther King Citizenship Award -- a very appropriate honor.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 4:00 am (Updated: January 23, 4:02 am)
Brenda Jackson has served Shelby County Public Schools long and well and, as she has sworn to do, she has put the kids ahead of herself. Her methods can be questioned, as they were last fall when she fought off a challenger to win her seventh term representing District 5 on the Shelby County School Board, but you can’t debate what is in her heart, for she lives from that heart every time she takes her seat on the platform for a board meeting.
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