CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. -- The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools is expected to give the Clayton County Board of Education an update Monday on the district's accreditation status.
The agency sent the board a letter in September, warning that continued conflict among the members was putting the system in jeopardy in again.
The district lost its accreditation a few years back amid the same type of bickering. In the fallout, thousands of students and hundreds of teachers ended up leaving the school system.
Monday's meeting will take place at 5:30 p.m. During that time, the board will also discuss its search for a new superintendent.