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Girls in a fourth-grade advanced-work class at Hennigan Elementary School worked on their rubber-band car last week.

Advanced classes see dip in diversity

Program prepares for exam schools

By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / December 19, 2005

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Advanced classes like Maureen Costa's at Hennigan Elementary School, where students learn physics as early as fourth grade, have been the best ticket into Boston Latin and the city's other elite exam schools for years. (Full article: 1156 words)

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