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Hub officials confirm they have new school chief

He will be first Latino in post

Manuel Rivera heads schools in Rochester, N.Y., and will retire from that district.
Manuel Rivera heads schools in Rochester, N.Y., and will retire from that district. (AP Photo) AP Photo
By Tracy Jan and Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / September 23, 2006

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Manuel J. Rivera will become Boston's superintendent of schools next July, city officials said yesterday, as community leaders reacted with cautious optimism at the selection of a popular leader they have never met. (Full article: 1468 words)

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