Campaign cash flowed to Atlanta school board candidates who raised a combined $667,446 for an election that will shake up the city’s education leadership, according to their finance reports.
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In your schools
Seven of nine seats are contested in the Nov. 5 Atlanta school board election and the stakes have never been higher. One of the first tasks of the new board will be to pick a new superintendent for the 50,000-student district still reeling from cheating revelations. In the coming weeks, AJC reporters will tell you more about the candidates for school board and the issues shaping the election.