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A divided Randolph grapples with ultimatum to fix schools

Students forced to rely on public buses...an athletics program with much missing

By Tania deLuzuriaga
Globe Staff / March 12, 2008

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RANDOLPH - A community once celebrated as having some of the best schools in the state now has schools rated among the worst. Amid an escalating financial crisis in recent years, 68 teachers have been laid off, two elementary schools have closed, and about half the classes at the high school have been cut. There are no more elementary school ... (Full article: 1198 words)

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