The administrative law judge who presided over the reinstatement hearings of five suspended DeKalb County (Ga.) school board members has ruled that two failed to make a case for remaining in office. The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reports that judge concluded that the suspensions of Sarah Copelin-Wood and Pam Speaks should be sustained. The cases of three other suspended board members--Eugene Walker, Jesse “Jay” Cunningham and Donna Edler--remain pending. Gov. Nathan Deal suspended the board members under a law that allows school boards to be removed in districts where accreditation is on probation.