I see the House approved Will Bond's
bill to provide some financial incentives for the NLR and Pulaski school districts to start edging their way out of the desegregation case so as to bring an end to state contributions. Bond generally has good instincts (though they failed him on the charter school bill), but I'm surprised nobody has noted that it's not simply a matter of two school boards on ending this litigation. Somebody might want to talk to lawyers for black school children, particularly in the Pulaski County School District. Just a thought.