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Not even homelessness deterred 9-year-old's devotion to her school

Brenda Tejada Baez received the Boston Public Schools 'Absolutely Incredible Kid' prize at the Louis Agassiz Elementary School yesterday.
By Lisa Wangsness and April Simpson
Globe Staff / March 16, 2007

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Brenda Tejeda Baez has endured a lot of chaos in her short life. By the time she was in third grade, she had lived in five different friends' apartments and two homeless shelters. Her mother is unemployed, and she rarely sees her father, who lives in the Dominican Republic. (Full article: 1117 words)

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