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Panel backs neighborhood schools

But some in group favor status quo

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / September 23, 2004

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Boston schools should adopt a plan that sends more children to elementary schools in their neighborhoods, the most drastic change proposed for the city's school assignment system in 30 years, the majority of a task force recommended yesterday. (Full Article: 959 Words)

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