’cause their school system is done, the AJC is reporting.
Fed up with repeated policy violations and dysfunction by the Clayton County school board, the two governor-appointed advisers said Friday they cannot help the district save its accreditation. “I don’t think they have a chance to keep their accreditation,” said James E. Bostic Jr., a state board of education member appointed by Gov. Sonny Perdue to help the district. “With the things they’ve done over the last three or four days, they have absolutely not done what is right for accreditation, and that is very bad.”