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Mass. wins $250m for schools

‘We came up with these ideas for the children,’ said Governor Deval Patrick yesterday at the State House. ‘We owe it to them.’ ‘We came up with these ideas for the children,’ said Governor Deval Patrick yesterday at the State House. ‘We owe it to them.’
By James Vaznis and Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / August 25, 2010

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The Obama administration yesterday awarded Massachusetts $250 million in a national education competition, a victory for the state that reaffirms its reputation as a national education leader and injects desperately needed money into struggling school systems. (Full article: 1063 words)

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