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State schools look to realign with nation

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / August 9, 2010

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A monumental shift is underway at Massachusetts schools as administrators and teachers prepare to revamp classroom lessons to reflect new national academic standards in English and math. The changes are the result of a decision last month by the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, which voted to replace the state’s homegrown standards, long considered among the nation’s most ... (Full article: 545 words)

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