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Joy Oliver, principal of the Henry L. Higginson Elementary School, tidied up the Roxbury school’s library last month. Black principals now make up nearly half of the 148 principals.

Boston falls short on teacher diversity

But recruitment rises for minority principals

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / January 2, 2006

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The Boston public school system has made no progress in hiring black and Hispanic teachers during the last decade even as it has recruited a more diverse group of principals. (Full article: 1252 words)

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