The Mississippi Board of Education has voted to loosen the standards for troubled districts to participate in sports

Currently, districts deemed to be failing lose eligibility for half of their games, as an incentive to spur community action. Under the new plan, districts that lose state accreditation will have a one-year grace period before they lose any games.


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