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83 schools make 1st cut for state building funds

Program will give priority to repairs

In Norwood, a feasibility study is expected to settle a debate in town over the fate of the 80-year-old high school. In Norwood, a feasibility study is expected to settle a debate in town over the fate of the 80-year-old high school. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
By John C. Drake and James Vaznis
Globe Staff / November 28, 2007

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Eighty-three schools around Massachusetts have been selected as the leading candidates for millions of dollars in school construction money, potentially bringing relief to parents, educators, and school administrators frustrated for years by crumbling libraries, classrooms, and roofs. (Full article: 1160 words)

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