National board votes to remove Georgia district's accreditation

Clayton County, Ga., schools on Sept. 1 will become the first system to lose its accreditation since 1969 unless the troubled school board meets nine mandates beforehand, the National Accreditation Commission board voted unanimously this weekend. A loss of accreditation would make it difficult for students in the upper grades to get into certain colleges, and some families already have made plans for their children to transfer to nearby schools.

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