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Flawed instruction seen at state's failing schools

By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / December 7, 2004

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SPRINGFIELD -- The shortcomings of teachers and administrators are causing some of the state's lowest-performing schools to fail, a series of in-depth reports released by the state Department of Education suggests. (Full article: 934 words)

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