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Steep learning curve

Marlborough charter school officials find it's more than just math

By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / November 17, 2005

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When Julia Sigalovsky envisioned her charter school, she pictured classrooms filled with young minds craving mathematical and scientific challenges. Order, reason, and discipline would prevail, just as it did in the Moscow schools she attended in her youth. (Full article: 1647 words)

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