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CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. -- A three-day SACS investigation into Clayton County Public Schools is scheduled to wrap up Wednesday.

The review will help SACS determine whether the school system should keep its accreditation for five more years.

The district has been down this road before; it has been under intense scrutiny since 2008, when it became the first school system to lose accreditation in nearly 40 years.

SACS blamed the local school board, saying it meddled in day-to-day school operations and had frequent public squabbles.

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