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A rigorous way to teach

Soviet-schooled educator angers some with charter school proposal

By Suzanne Sataline
Globe Correspondent / January 13, 2004

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MARLBOROUGH -- The Soviets ordered them to leave most everything behind. When Julia Sigalovsky fled the Soviet Union in 1989 she took only her husband, their son, Linda the collie, six suitcases, $400, and a titanium-strength foundation in math and physics. The latter proved to be her most valuable asset as she navigated refugee camps and multiple career changes to ... (Full Article: 1012 Words)

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