MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Superintendent Dorsey Hopson got a contract extension and a big raise after a number of controversies.
Grading scandals, attendance issues and more have impacted the superintendent since he began in 2014.
FOX13 discovered a $16,000 raise could be coming for Hopson, that's a total of $285,000 a year.
Shelby County Board is voting in favor of giving current Superintendent Dorsey Hopson a contract extension and a large bump in pay.
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FOX13's Tom Dees is live outside Shelby County Schools with full report, now on GMM.
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