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James Walsh; helped lead Brookline, Boston schools

Superintendant James Walsh was photographed at the entrance to the Lincoln School in Brookline after it opened. Superintendant James Walsh was photographed at the entrance to the Lincoln School in Brookline after it opened. (Tom Herde/Globe Staff/File 1994)
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / September 19, 2009

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Sitting in his office at Boston School Department headquarters in 1988, Jim Walsh mused about the biggest challenge facing him as he prepared to leave his deputy superintendent job to become superintendent of Brookline’s schools. (Full article: 1036 words)

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