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School chief post to draw crowded field

An opening in Boston holds national appeal

By Anand Vaishnav
Globe Staff / August 9, 2005

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World-renowned universities dot Boston's landscape. The city's mayorally appointed School Committee marches in lockstep with the superintendent of schools, without partisan politics that can drag board meetings into the wee hours. The superintendent has been at the helm for almost a decade, bringing stability to a once-tumultuous district. (Full article: 1049 words)

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