Passable 

The Richmond School Board is walking tall and talking tough. One can only hope it doesn’t get bogged down in keeping secrets.

The resignation of Richmond Public School Superintendent Yvonne W. Brandon last week — "by mutual decision" — should have come as no surprise to anyone who pays attention to the politics of public education in Virginia's capital city. But it did…

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