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Parents get early start on aiding school

By Anand Vaishnav
Globe Staff / July 26, 2004

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Amid glasses of red wine, plastic sippy cups, and pizza boxes, a dozen thirtysomething parents crowd a South End loft, at times reaching to silence a cellphone or corral a fidgeting child. The talk of the early-evening gathering -- all of it -- centers on the Joseph J. Hurley Elementary School, just blocks away. (Full Article: 1111 Words)

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