BRADENTON, Fla. — Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal is poised to enact emergency procedures this week to ensure Atlanta Public Schools doesn’t lose its high school accreditation — a development that would prevent its new graduates from getting into most colleges and qualifying for ­scholarships.

The council for AdvancED voted last week to place the school system on probation for violating governance standards after an unfavorable review. Another review will be held Sept. 30 to determine if the district should retain or lose its accreditation.

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