Clayton Schools Lose Accreditation

So says Eldrin Bell:

CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. — Clayton County Commission Chairman Eldrin Bell told Channel 2’s Tom Jones the Clayton County schools have indeed lost accreditation.

The 50,000-student school system is the first in the nation to lose accreditation since 1969, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools announced.

No accreditation means students will have a tougher time getting into some colleges and universities. They may also have difficulty obtaining scholarships.

Who’s looking out for the children? Not the Clayton County School Board.

4 comments

  1. umustbekidding says:

    Now that they have lost their accreditation, can we take their SAT scores out of our average?
    We may move up from 47.

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