Vetting of the more than 400 candidates for the DeKalb school board began Friday with a sense of urgency as panelists hope to cull the list down to a few finalists by next week.
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How education fares in a community affects more than students and teachers. Economic well-being and quality of life also can see fallout from a decline in the status of schools. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has been following the accreditation issue in DeKalb County —- and in other metro school systems —- since concerns arose. Today, we report on the process to replace DeKalb board members.
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