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4 schools get chance to reverse failures

As pilots, they can devise plans

By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / March 28, 2007

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Over the next two years, Boston will try to transform English High. Enrollment at the nation's oldest public high school will be cut from 1,200 students to 800. The school day will be expanded by about an hour. And the stakes will rise: Struggling teachers could be transferred to another school, and truants could find a school official knocking on ... (Full article: 936 words)

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