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After two days off school, students trudged in the street to Clap School in Dorchester yesterday, avoiding snow-covered walks.
After two days off school, students trudged in the street to Clap School in Dorchester yesterday, avoiding snow-covered walks. (Globe Staff Photo / George Rizer) Globe Staff Photo / George Rizer

School closings test parents, Payzant

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / January 27, 2005

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Facing intense anger from parents after he reopened Boston schools yesterday amid steady snowfall, Superintendent Thomas W. Payzant abruptly apologized and backtracked, declaring midmorning that the school day would be optional. (Full article: 646 words)

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