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School opens in defiance of officials

State may revoke Gloucester charter

Tony Blackman, executive director, held up a framed copy of the Gloucester school’s charter for students and parents yesterday. Tony Blackman, executive director, held up a framed copy of the Gloucester school’s charter for students and parents yesterday. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
By David Abel
Globe Staff / September 24, 2010

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As construction workers wielded blow torches and installed steel beams at the fledgling charter school, Lourie Killian yesterday shepherded her children past the clamor toward modular buildings for their first day of classes — and potentially their last at the school. (Full article: 1281 words)

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