There will be no protests from THE COLOR OF CHANGE regarding the material damage that has been done to the current crop of high school student who DID THEIR PART in school yet won't have a diploma from a school system that has its accreditation.
Such is the case in the world of selective "Progressive Politics". If the 80% Black student body is "hurt" from POLICY but there is no CONSERVATIVE or REPUBLICAN go to after.........the usual suspects in the NAACP, Color Of Change, Rainbow PUSH, et al will not be heard from.
Sadly - I wish I was making it all up but these groups are so predictable.
The "Permanent Friends" that make up the government of Clayton County Georgia would not appreciate it if these activist groups reminded them that their "Permanent Interests" are being violated with their antics while sitting in the seat of power.
JONESBORO, Ga. -- With 2,300 high school seniors set to graduate in a just a few months, the troubled Clayton County school district is fighting to win back accreditation.
Last fall the district, one of Georgia's largest, became the first school system in the state to have its certification with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools revoked, a rare move by the Atlanta-based accreditation agency. Since then, the district has put an entirely new school board in place, revamped dozens of policies and launched a search for a new superintendent.
"We at least have a fighting chance to recover accreditation," Superintendent John Thompson said in a recent interview with The Associated Press. "We're doing it differently than we did last time. A whole different atmosphere has been created this time."
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools blamed the district's woes on a "dysfunctional" and "fatally flawed" school board that bickered, acted on behalf of special interests, meddled in the day-to-day operation of schools and harassed school employees. All nine of those board members either resigned or were ousted last year.