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Parents rally to preserve lower school

Milton Academy looking to future

'We would like the board to . . . give us a chance to respond,' said Burns Stanfield (right), with children Grace and Nathan. "We would like the board to . . . give us a chance to respond," said Burns Stanfield (right), with children Grace and Nathan. (JUSTINE HUNT/GLOBE STAFF)
By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / May 12, 2007

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MILTON -- Fearful that Milton Academy might close its elementary and middle schools, parents are waging a major revolt, slapping bumper stickers on their minivans, putting buttons on their lapels, and reaching into their bank accounts in protest. (Full article: 911 words)

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