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Creating themed high schools in Boston

March 20, 2005

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By September, 25 of Boston's 28 high schools (three exam schools are excluded) will have been broken into several autonomous small schools or academic programs within schools as part of Superintendent Thomas W. Payzant's plan to boost graduation rates and student achievement. Four high schools -- which now will be known as education complexes -- will have divided into separate ... (Full article: 285 words)

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