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Carli Parisella, program manager of the after school tutoring program at Clarence R. Edwards Middle School in Charlestown, worked with Reggie Hobbs,13, last week.

State spends millions on tutors

After three years, effect is unknown

By Maria Sacchetti and Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / November 20, 2005

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Massachusetts school systems have spent millions of dollars since 2002 to pay tutors to raise the MCAS scores of thousands of needy children. (Full article: 1348 words)

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