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As one of 44 Innovation Schools in Commonwealth, the school is given more money, flexibility and autonomy to teach elementary students.
Russell says the schools' downward slide has hit bottom, expects signs of progress by January as new personnel, assessments and even carpeting improve the teaching environment.
School Committee votes to 'consider' transferring field to Parks Department to help win up to $600,000 to pay for $1 million artificial turf field.
Parents and staff line up to demand School Committee restore reading teacher.
School will allow only one failing grade for students to participate in athletics and other programs.
School Committee heatedly debates what programs work and how to get them in every school.
Superintendent Russell says schools are using common sense to determine if parents want to have students in uniforms; surveys are due Monday.
School Committee reverses direction, will substitute a lottery system to balance schools socioeconomically.
The School Committee is trying to rebuild organization that has been accused of being 'an old boys' network.'
School Committee takes up issue of balancing schools socio-economically.
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