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With disabilities no obstacle, school salutes its inspiration

O'Hearn Elementary students with principal William Henderson, who knows them by voice. O'Hearn Elementary students with principal William Henderson, who knows them by voice. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff)
By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / June 23, 2009

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Felecia Fields climbed the steps to the Patrick O’Hearn Elementary School reluctantly, a million questions swirling in her mind. If she chose the O’Hearn for her son, would the children tease him because he has cerebral palsy? Would the teachers ignore him? (Full article: 1133 words)

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