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Monday, February 18, 2008



Throwing out the board will not solve the problems, Elgart said.

"The board is a different board than they were several years ago. There is a history of concern," he said. "Many of the issues extend long beyond six months, long beyond a year or two years. It's reflective of a pattern."

This comment, if correct, appears to predict that Clayton County will lose accreditation even if the entire board is replaced. So what are the residents to do, and what does Mr. Elgart really suggest? If the problem is reflective of a "pattern", as this quote suggests, what is the pattern and what is he inferring?

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