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Detective spends a day in teen's shoes

Changing gears, Ellison sat in on classes with Belgrave at Madison Park High last week to see what it was like to be a teenager in Boston. Changing gears, Ellison sat in on classes with Belgrave at Madison Park High last week to see what it was like to be a teenager in Boston. (PHOTOS BY EVAN RICHMAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / October 16, 2007

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Detective Larry Ellison strode into Madison Park High School in Roxbury, not to investigate a shooting or pat down a teenager for a gun, but to see for one day what it is like to be a high school student in Boston. (Full article: 1066 words)

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