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(AJC) — The Atlanta school board reversed itself and voted unanimously Monday to accept an investigative report on alleged cheating in the city’s public schools, a brief show of unity that came as Superintendent Beverly Hall outlined plans to address findings on security, ethics and leadership.

But there the togetherness ended. Board members took a series of 5-4 votes over a policy change their own lawyer termed illegal, although they postponed a final vote. They did so as Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, making a dramatic last-minute appearance, asked for a “cooling-off period” so the board may seek an opinion from the state attorney general’s office.

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