Former advisers surmise Georgia district will lose accreditation

Two state-appointed advisers to a troubled Georgia district that may become the first in a generation to lose its accreditation resigned Wednesday, shortly after an attorney hired to help the board retain its status did the same. "In my opinion, today they are in worse shape in keeping their accreditation than they were in February," said James E. Bostic Jr., one of two state board of education members assigned to act as a liaison between the governor's office and the local school board.

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