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A school's comeback formula: Expel cynicism, stress reform

By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / November 26, 2006

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RANDOLPH -- On the first day of their second quarter, students arrived at Randolph Community Middle School to a long, single-file line. One by one, some 600 seventh- and eighth-graders shuffled under a "Welcome to your school" banner, past a handwritten sign urging them to "Have a positive attitude and be ready to learn." Inside, their principal extended each a ... (Full article: 1148 words)

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