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A Georgia school district that lost its accreditation due to its "dysfunctional" school board has been taken off probation by a national standards agency, the Associated Press reports. The metro Atlanta-based Southern Association of Colleges and Schools announced Friday that the 50,000-student Clayton County district is completely stable after a decade of turmoil. The schools lost accreditation for nine months starting in the fall of 2008…
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