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Coalition opposes rezoning of schools

Members say plan would hurt poorer students

Charles Grandson, a history teacher at West Roxbury High School, and Stephanie Charles, a Hyde Park High student, opposed the new student assignment system. Charles Grandson, a history teacher at West Roxbury High School, and Stephanie Charles, a Hyde Park High student, opposed the new student assignment system. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee)
By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / May 12, 2009

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A coalition has formed to fight proposed changes in the way Boston assigns students to schools, arguing that it could lead to resegregation and fewer opportunities for students in some poor neighborhoods to attend good-quality schools. (Full article: 453 words)

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