Yesterday, Georgia governor Nathan Deal suspended all five members of the Dooly County school board following concerns about the district's accreditation. High school graduation rates in Georgia remain below the national average, but data released last month by the U.S. Department of Education shows the state has improved. Gov. Deal's plan to allow a state takeover of failing schools failed at the ballot box. However, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle has his own ideas on how to improve the state's schools. They're outlined in his new book, "Education Unleashed."